verb (used with object)
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Kundera was reacting against the efforts of 20th-century totalitarian regimes to refashion novelists as propagandists.
“These photos allow me to take a step to the side, look back, and refashion the work I do in Hollywood,” he says.
As this information spreads, community colleges and institutions of higher learning will have to refashion themselves.
When the facts did not suit her, my mother would go to great lengths to refashion them altogether.
Now, they are looking for a way to refashion memories even years after they were created.
Can it be that the morn shall fulfil My dream, and refashion our clay As the poet may fashion his rhyme?Dreams and Days: Poems|George Parsons Lathrop
You refashion Nature's garments, but you cannot vary by a jot the throbbings of her pulse.Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow|Jerome K. Jerome
Then, perhaps, peasant lovers will wander here and refashion their dreams of a chivalrous world.Out To Win|Coningsby Dawson
Our wish is impotent to refashion the world; the understanding clearly shows that it indeed is such a machine.The Theistic Conception of the World|B. F. (Benjamin Franklin) Cocker
Contemplative and religious, his reverence for authority was unimpaired by any conscious need to refashion its meaning.The Mediaeval Mind (Volume II of II)|Henry Osborn Taylor
British Dictionary definitions for refashion (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for refashion (2 of 2)
- style in clothes, cosmetics, behaviour, etc, esp the latest or most admired style
- (as modifier)a fashion magazine
- manner of performance; mode; wayin a striking fashion
- (in combination)crab-fashion
- in some manner, but not very wellI mended it, after a fashion
- of a low order; of a sorthe is a poet, after a fashion
Derived forms of fashionfashioner, noun
Word Origin for fashion
Idioms and Phrases with refashion
see after a fashion; in fashion.