Definition of Refashion

1. Verb. Make new. "She is remaking her image"

Exact synonyms: Make Over, Redo, Remake
Generic synonyms: Create, Make, Produce
Specialized synonyms: Recast, Reforge, Remodel
Derivative terms: Makeover, Makeover, Remake



Definition of Refashion

1. v. t. To fashion anew; to form or mold into shape a second time.

Definition of Refashion

1. Verb. To fashion again or anew. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Refashion

1. fashion [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: fashion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Refashion

refall
refallen
refalling
refalls
refamiliarisation
refamiliarise
refamiliarised
refamiliarises
refamiliarising
refamiliarization
refamiliarize
refamiliarized
refamiliarizes
refamiliarizing
refarming
refashion (current term)
refashioned
refashioner
refashioners
refashioning
refashionings
refashionment
refashionments
refashions
refasten
refastened
refastening
refastens
refatten
refattened

Literary usage of Refashion

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1. Poetry by Modern Poetry Association (1914)
"Does it not seem to us that romanticism understood nothing of its own work ? We have attempted to refashion it with an unconsciousness comparable to that of ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1844)
"Mr. Southey writes to his friend on the latter mentioning that he was going to modernize or refashion Drayton's Battle of ..."

3. Sermons on Selected Lessons of the New Testament by Augustine (1875)
"For if God made man who was not, can He not refashion that which was ? xi. 15. I suppose when it is said," God shall raise the dead again," no incredible ..."

4. Of the Doctrine of Morality in Its Relation to the Grace of Redemption by Robert Brinckerhoff Fairbairn (1887)
"When the Christian religion comes to man, it does not ignore his nature, but, taking it into account, it purposes to refashion it and reconstruct it in the ..."

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