(of cooked foods) heated again: warmed-over stew.
reworked or repeated without enthusiasm or introduction of new ideas; stale: a warmed-over version of an old show.

Origin of warmed-over

First recorded in 1885–90
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Contemporary Examples of warmed-over

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  • Flapjacks and bacon and warmed-over beans constituted his supper.

  • Having breakfasted heartily on sourdough flapjacks, warmed-over baked beans and coffee, they were ready for anything.

    On the Yukon Trail

    Roy J. Snell

  • It was one of those gentle, warmed-over summer days and the air was mild and filled with little whispers.

    Jane Journeys On

    Ruth Comfort Mitchell

  • Yes, said the man with the spectacles, warmed-over pastry is good for nothing, hum!

  • This she would eat while old man Minick guiltily supped up his cup of warmed-over broth, or his coddled egg.


    Edna Ferber