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Reshape   /riʃˈeɪp/   Listen
Reshape

verb
1.
Shape anew or differently.
2.
Shape again or shape differently.  Synonym: remold.






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"Reshape" Quotes from Famous Books



... separation, change of circumstance, etc., we worry, and worry, and continue to worry. This is lamentably foolish, utterly absurd and altogether reprehensible. Let us resolutely face the facts, accept them, and then reshape our lives, bravely and valiantly, ...
— Quit Your Worrying! • George Wharton James

... Appian Way stretched from the Capitoline Hill under the Arch of Septimius Severus and the Arch of Titus to the Arch of Constantine, leaving the Coliseum on the left, and losing itself in the foliage of the suburbs,—the Past seemed struggling to emerge from the ruins, and to reshape and animate itself anew. The effort was more successful than that which we had helped the Past to make when standing on the level of the Forum; but Antiquity must have been painfully conscious of the incongruity of the red-legged Zouaves wandering over the grass, and of the bewildered ...
— Italian Journeys • William Dean Howells



Words linked to "Reshape" :   influence, regulate, form, forge, work, shape, mould, mold, determine



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