verb (riːˈməʊld) (tr)
Examples from the Web for remould
It was the habit of him whose birthday we celebrate to take what was good in men and remould it to higher uses.Christmas|Various
The other one, boy—the one that says: 'Remould it to the Heart's Desire.'The Trimmed Lamp|O. Henry
He would so twist and remould circumstances as to show that there was not a shadow of hope for ultimate success.
No legislation, example, or tuition will remould a peopleʼs life in direct opposition to their natural environment.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
She will be yours to make—yours to unmake, to mould, fashion, remould—with God's good help.The Danger Mark|Robert W. Chambers