Definition of Redecorate

1. Verb. Redo the decoration of an apartment or house.




Definition of Redecorate

1. Verb. To change the appearance of a place by renewing the decorative scheme ¹

2. Verb. To refurbish ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Redecorate

1. decorate [v -RATED, -RATING, -RATES] - See also: decorate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redecorate

redecide
redecided
redecides
redeciding
redeck
redecked
redecking
redeclaration
redeclarations
redeclare
redeclared
redeclares
redeclaring
redeconvolve
redeconvolved
redecorate (current term)
redecorated
redecorates
redecorating
redecoration
redecorations
redecorator
redecorators
reded
rededicate
rededicated
rededicates
rededicating
rededication
rededications

Literary usage of Redecorate

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1. Household Accounting and Economics by William Adam Sheaffer (1917)
"The CE Simms family leased a house for one year with the agreement that the owner would redecorate the house after three months. ..."

2. Household Accounting and Economics by William Adam Sheaffer (1917)
"The CE Simms family leased a house for one year with the agreement that the owner would redecorate the house after three months. ..."

3. Household Accounting and Economics by William Adam Sheaffer (1917)
"The CE Simms family leased a house for one year with the agreement that the owner would redecorate the house after three months. ..."

4. Annual Reportby American-Scandinavian Foundation by American-Scandinavian Foundation (1916)
"... of several individuals—one in particular—and of several companies have now made it possible for us to go ahead with plans to redecorate the building. ..."

5. The Negro in Chicago: A Study of Race Relations and a Race Riot by Chicago Commission on Race Relations (1922)
"They ordinarily redecorate once a year, take proper care of their garbage, keep the lawns cut and the premises clean; and otherwise reveal a natural and ..."

6. Shakespeare from Betterton to Irving by George Clinton Densmore Odell (1920)
"... additions of side-wings, were employed; nevertheless we should be delighted for some hint or hints to redecorate that long- vanished historic occasion. ..."

7. A Dictionary of Architecture and Building, Biographical, Historical, and by Russell Sturgis (1901)
"... who redecorate! the dome, filled the windows with stained glass, relined the walls with marble and mosaic, and covered the exterior with Persian ..."

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