verb (used with object)
Related formsre·vamp·er, nounre·vamp·ment, noun
Examples from the Web for revamped
It seems that PETA was unhappy to have had its revamped campaign debunked.
Starting in September 2011, DC cancelled all of its existing titles, and debuted 52 revamped versions—Wonder Woman included.Wonder Woman Makes a Triumphant Comeback in a New Comic Series|Hugh Ryan|March 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They have also revamped their programming to make it more relevant for “girls today,” whom they now refer to as their “customers.”
The 2011 pilot starred Adrianne Palicki as a revamped Wonder Woman: a crime fighter, executive, and all-around modern woman.
The Warren Report faulted the Secret Service, which took the criticism to heart and revamped its practices.Death of JFK Spawned an Industry That Thrived for Decades|Richard Woodward|November 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Stretch by stretch the old road was revamped to meet in every way modern conditions.The Modern Railroad|Edward Hungerford
I'm the same Molly underneath even if I have been revamped and decorated.Rimrock Trail|J. Allan Dunn
It is old Protestantism revamped, and varnished with a mixture of rationalism and orientalism.
Thor and Odin will doubtless be revamped, and the rites of the Druids revived.Nuggets of the New Thought|William Walker Atkinson,
It seems as if some poet of comparatively modern times had revamped an old mele to suit his own ends.Unwritten Literature of Hawaii|Nathaniel Bright Emerson