verb (used with object), re·shaped, re·shap·ing.
Examples from the Web for reshape
Already, we see how that innovation could reshape this region.Full Video and Transcript of Obama's Speech in Israel|Justin Green|March 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Republicans should not try to reshape the government of the United States from the House of Representatives.
Instead of retiring from public life, he may reshape it and save the lives of thousands and ultimately tens of thousands.
Hartman came to Israel to reshape and rethink Jewish peoplehood, emphasizing modernity and its place in religion.
It represented an attempt to use government investment to reshape the U.S. economy, especially the energy sector.
Reshape in original Camembert form, dust thickly with the crumbs and there you are.The Complete Book of Cheese|Robert Carlton Brown
Instead of embodying its ideals in persons, the moral seeks to reshape them continually.Ethics|John Dewey and James Hayden Tufts
Some will need to reorganize and reshape their methods of administration--as we are doing.
I will help to reshape and modify her ideals of enjoyment to some degree.A Woman of the World|Ella Wheeler Wilcox
We may wander over his lawns, and reshape to ourselves his reveries.