Definition of Restaged

1. Verb. (past of restage) ¹



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Definition of Restaged

1. restage [v] - See also: restage

Lexicographical Neighbors of Restaged

restabilizes
restabilizing
restable
restabled
restables
restabling
restack
restacked
restacking
restacks
restaff
restaffed
restaffing
restaffs
restage
restaged (current term)
restages
restaging
restagings
restagnant
restagnate
restagnated
restagnates
restagnating
restagnation
restagnations
restain
restained
restaining
restains

Literary usage of Restaged

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Cinema Craftsmanship: A Book for Photoplaywrights by Frances Taylor Patterson (1920)
"In real life, an accident cannot be restaged in order that the reporters get it accurately. But here is where the value of the film came in. ..."

2. Cinema Craftsmanship: A Book for Photoplaywrights by Frances Taylor Patterson (1920)
"In real life, an accident cannot be restaged in order that the reporters get it accurately. But here is where the value of the film came in. ..."

3. Cinema Craftsmanship: A Book for Photoplaywrights by Frances Taylor Patterson (1921)
"In real life, an accident cannot be restaged in order that the reporters get it accurately. But here is where the value of the film came in. ..."

4. The Influence of the Drama by Granville Forbes Sturgis (1913)
"Recently, Miss Hoffmann has restaged this dance, using an unusually beautifully painted scene of a forest in early foliage. The curtain rises to disclose ..."

5. The Principles and Practice of Roentgenological Technique by Isaac Seth Hirsch (1919)
"He restaged the drama, placing the glowing bulb, the tube, the book, the key, and plate exactly as before, and energized the tube for the same time as .on ..."

6. Eyewitness to the Past: Strategies for Teaching American History in Grades 5-12by Joan Brodsky Schur by Joan Brodsky Schur (2007)
"There are many elections that can be successfully restaged in the classroom. The rivalry between John Adams and Thomas Jefferson in the campaign of 1800 ..."

7. Archaeology of Houses and Households in Ancient Creteby Kevin Glowacki, Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan by Kevin Glowacki, Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan (2008)
"... the visceral world of the circus in which the spectacle was restaged in miniature.24 The art of the charioteer required a sense of split-second timing, ..."

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