Definition of Reimagined

1. Verb. (past of reimagine) ¹



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Definition of Reimagined

1. reimagine [v] - See also: reimagine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reimagined

reilluminating
reillumination
reilluminations
reillumine
reillumined
reillumines
reilluming
reillumining
reillustration
reimage
reimaged
reimages
reimagination
reimaginations
reimagine
reimagined (current term)
reimagines
reimaging
reimagining
reimaginings
reimbark
reimbarked
reimbarking
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reimbodied
reimbodies
reimbody
reimbodying
reimbursability
reimbursable

Literary usage of Reimagined

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1. The Life of John Milton: Narrated in Connexion with the Political by David Masson (1881)
"... him as distinctly as change and ruin would permit, and old Rome must have been reimagined on them with tolerable clearness in its later imperial extent, ..."

2. The Drama To-day by Charlton Andrews (1913)
"... those words and deeds and tendencies which mark them at once as individuals and as types; if you have then recast and reimagined all the materials; ..."

3. Modern Drama and Opera: Reading Lists on the Works of Various Authors by Clara A. Mulliken Norton, Frank Keller Walter, Fanny Elsie Marquand, Archibald Henderson (1911)
"Selected episodes from the Odyssey "rearranged, reimagined, unsparingly accelerated and cut down." Reviewed in Dial, May 1, 1902, 32: 317; Saturday Rev., ..."

4. The Urban Condition: Space, Community, and Self in the Contemporary Metropolis by Ghent Urban Studies Team (1999)
"Into an urban space flooded with discourse the novel brought a reimagined city. In place of fragments of a city the novel presented a city made whole. ..."

5. Cosmic Vision by Thomas James Cobden-Sanderson (1922)
"In some happier time, perhaps, when man is at peace with man, the Cosmos will be reimagined and, monumentally printed at some future Press, be placed, ..."

6. The World as Imagination (series I) by Edward Douglas Fawcett (1916)
"The ether of to-day is similarly our old friend Matter reimagined so as to support a new mechanics or sub-mechanics, as it has actually been termed. ..."

7. Post Ex Sub Dis: Urban Fragmentations and Constructions by Ghent Urban Studies Team (2002)
"... an architectural future in which it could be reimagined - a future that would constitute a veritable Berlin approach, not a surrogate of another city. ..."

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