brought back; resurgent: the Victorian era redux.
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How to use redux in a sentence
Folks came in from the suburbs to see the fence go down — the mood was a July Fourth redux.
I was a devoted listener of the old Cut on Tuesdays show that ended last year, and the first few episodes of the redux—featuring a new host, Avery Trufelman—have kicked off with a strong start.
When we watched Apocalypse Now redux, he, too, preferred the French plantation scene.
After college, I worked for Francis Ford Coppola; I watched an early cut of Apocalypse Now redux sitting in a midtown office.
Tax Return redux Gingrich's team released his taxes during the Thursday debate.Most Explosive GOP Debate Moment? Gingrich Blasts Media for Ex-Wife’s Report | The Daily Beast Video | January 20, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
An inscription seems to allude to this connection between the Temple of Jupiter redux and the camp.Old Rome | Robert Burn
Our author is guilty of the same extravagant idea in the "Astra redux:"
Astræa redux, the name given to an era which piques itself on the return of the reign of justice to the earth.The Nuttall Encyclopaedia | Edited by Rev. James Wood
He may have conjectured that the mysterious stranger at the Maypole was Rudge redux.The Problem of 'Edwin Drood' | W. Robertson Nicoll
It was followed, in 1660, by Astræa redux, in honour of the Restoration.A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature | John W. Cousin
British Dictionary definitions for redux
(usually postpositive) (esp of an artistic work) presented in a new way: Apocalypse Now Redux
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