verb (used with object), re·cast, re·cast·ing.
- recapitulation theory,
Origin of recast
Examples from the Web for recast
McEwan novels often have formally dazzling conclusions that recast the meaning of the preceding story.
Above all, universities are instructed to look for “opportunity for negotiation” and “opportunity to recast the questions.”Colleges Lawyer Up Before Claire McCaskill Rape Inquiry|Emily Shire|June 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The second point of debate goes to whether all artists borrow and recast and appropriate.
But they can recast the contours of the contest; they can meet voters where they already are.
But really it told a rich history, recast and simplified into a series of icons and absurdities.Sorry Putin, the Sochi Opening Ceremony Was Totally Gay|Tim Teeman|February 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It was recast, however, and two others of the same size were also cast.The Turkish Empire, its Growth and Decay|Lord Eversley
Of that state of mind, of any fear of consequences whatever, there is not a trace throughout the recast of his pamphlet.The Life of John Milton, Volume 5 (of 7), 1654-1660|David Masson
The Gnostic recast Lipsius dates about the middle of the 3rd century.
But still the whole system, though heated in the furnace of Dravidian emotion, has not been recast in a new mould.Hinduism And Buddhism, Volume II. (of 3)|Charles Eliot
Edith was the sparkling diamond that gave it its setting, Star was the rough jewel come to be recast.Edith and John|Franklin S. Farquhar