verb (used with object)
- rehabilitation department,
Origin of rehash
Examples from the Web for rehashing
The Great American Novel became more concerned with sexual shenanigans and suburban ennui, or rehashing World War II.
The officials said there was little benefit in rehashing the issue.Snowden Who? U.S. and Russian Officials Say NSA Leaker Not Part of ‘2+2’ Meetings|Josh Rogin|August 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Photo ops and the rehashing of decade old initiatives that rehashed decades older resolutions is not going to do it.
It's also a rare pleasure to see a new piece of furniture that isn't just a rehashing or reheating of modernist cliches.
The Discovery Channel documentary spends nearly its first 10 minutes rehashing the old legends—all debunked—of a surfer.The Search for the Elusive 9/11 Surfer: Pasquale Buzzelli’s Story on Discovery Channel|Matthew DeLuca|September 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
This ain't the time and the place for rehashing, that's all.Americans All|Various
Wesley talked on in this strain for some time, rehashing all the arguments he had heard Greene and Cary use.Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1896 to 1901|Lucy Maud Montgomery