to draw or draw up (something) again or differently
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How to use redraw in a sentence
A state judge ordered Florida to redraw its congressional districts Thursday after he found them to be gerrymandered.Florida Has To Redraw Its Congressional Districts Because, Florida | Ben Jacobs | July 11, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Or China, which is busily trying to redraw the Pacific map around every rock outcropping?
I used anatomical [parts], the correct ones, rather than redraw them exactly; it stultifies the process I go through.The Gonzo Artist: Behind Ralph Steadman’s Most Famous Work | Alex Suskind | April 27, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
So he has set about to redraw the boundaries of post World War II Europe, something that we all thought were settled.
In some cases, the protests have helped force Israel to redraw the route of the barrier.Palestine’s Gandhi: Civil Disobedience the Best Hope for Peace | Dan Ephron | December 12, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
I do believe Seton drew his pictures with those simple, expressive outlines so that young folks could redraw them.The Adventures of a Grain of Dust | Hallam Hawksworth
She told Miss Wardell about it the day she had to stay after school to redraw her map.The Cinder Pond | Carroll Watson Rankin
Yet out of these contingencies will emerge the strong hands that will redraw the trade map of the world.The War After the War | Isaac Frederick Marcosson
They watched him carelessly draw and redraw his handkerchief through his fingers; he was unmoved, and entirely at ease.Stories by American Authors, Volume 1 | Various
Will you redraw the line then, Dr. Shaw, and initial it, indicating the more accurate angle?Warren Commission (4 of 26): Hearings Vol. IV (of 15) | The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy