verb (used with object)
- rehabilitation department,
Origin of rehash
Examples from the Web for rehash
In response, Bevin's campaign dismissed the report as "a rehash of an old story."Cockfighting Could Decide Kentucky Senate Campaign|Ben Jacobs|April 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The court did not ask to rehear and rehash all of the evidence presented in the first two trials.
Wilde recently stopped by The Tonight Show to rehash her Twitter feud with Bieber (and his almost 36 million followers).Justin Timberlake, Pope Francis, ‘The Bachelor’ and More Viral Videos|The Daily Beast Video|March 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Here's Josh Barro, getting it right: Romney repeatedly talked about his “five-point plan,” which is a rehash of Bush-era policies.
And then we can rehash different variants of the same debate and the same concerns that have been unresolved for years.Markets Relieved at Spain Bailout Deal; Financial World Still Worried|Zachary Karabell|June 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Chairman Reid called Gray's statement a rehash of Army accomplishments "with no indication of significant change or step forward."Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965|Morris J. MacGregor, Jr.
He then gives us a rehash of Paley's design argument to prove the existence of a God, which he considers conclusive.Ingersoll in Canada|Allen Pringle
It is, of course, but a rehash of speculations which amuses a half hour.
The Report is actually a rehash of major provisions in the 1960 Democrat and Republican party platforms.The Invisible Government|Dan Smoot
I am not going to take your time to rehash any controversies referred to in the eloquence from the State of Washington.