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Definition of Remaking

  • creation that is created again or anew

How to use remaking in a sentence. Remaking pronunciation.

It happens that the receiving of stolen goods or the passing of forged checks is a crime under the law, as well as the stealing or the forgery itself; and that the Prohibition law does not make the drinking or even the buying of liquor, but only the making or selling of it, a crime; but what a miserable refuge this is for a man who professes to believe that the abolition of intoxicating liquor is so supreme a public necessity as to demand the remaking of the Constitution of the United States for the purpose!
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And if you find no wholesome stir, no real refreshment, but only a feverish thirst beginning, lay the book down: remember, you are after _recreation_. Re-creation,-the remaking and refitting of ourselves for better work, the resting for more labour, the learning, that we may grow thereby.
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I was busy remaking the bow of my purple silk cravat.
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The astonishing and suggestive thing is that in the making and remaking of the map of Europe and Asia undertaken by the framers of the league, they are, all unconsciously, restoring the outlines of the old Roman Empire and preparing the way for the final and desperate revival of Rome under the form of ten confederate nations, with its last kaiser, that dark and woful figure, the man of sin, the son of perdition, the Antichrist.
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Always making and unmaking and remaking.
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Then he said without lookin' at me,-'It is the spirit of the White Valley and the Hills of the Mighty Men; of which all men shall know, for the North will come to her spring again one day soon, at the remaking of the world.
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Of course it isn't here, in Alencon, that I should be of service to you; but if we went to Paris, you would see where I could lead a man with your mind and your capacities; and just at this time too, when they are remaking the government from top to toe.
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For a time I was wholly occupied in making and remaking this inventory.
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We all know Sidney's words on "The Douglas and the Percy"; Addison's on folk-poetry; Mr. Pepys' ballad collection; the ballads in Tom Durfey's and other miscellanies; Allan Ramsay's Evergreen; Bishop Percy's Reliques of Ancient Poetry; Herd's ballad volumes of 1776; Evans' collections; Burns' remakings of old songs; Ritson's publications, and so forth.
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One and all were getting their things together: the Sabathiers were remaking their little parcels, Elise Rouquet was giving a last glance at her mirror.
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He plunged into the remaking of "Success" with characteristic abandon.
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With the Kaffirs, at the same time, the treatment was moulded on that of Mr. and Mrs. Robertson, who at one time paid the Umhlali a visit, bringing with them their whole train of converts, servants, orphans, and adopted children, who could be easily accommodated by putting up fresh grass huts, to which even the Europeans of the party had become so accustomed, that they viewed a chameleon tumbling down on the dinner-table with rather more indifference than we do the intrusion of an earwig, quite acquiesced in periodically remaking the clay floor when the white ants were coming up through it, scorpions being found in the Archdeacon's whiskers, and green snakes, instead of mice, being killed by the cat.
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I had a hand in remaking a kingdom and putting a fresh king upon a great throne the very year that I came of age.
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Veil after veil of thin dusky gauze is lifted, and by degrees the forms and colours of things are restored to them, and we watch the dawn remaking the world in its antique pattern.
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Examples of Remaking

Example #1
Not the least of the causes of public disrespect for the Prohibition law is the notorious insincerity of the makers of the law, and their flagrant disrespect for their own creation.
Example #2
Or a law against forgery if the legislators were in the frequent habit of passing forged checks?
Example #3
Do not leave it about to poison some one else.
Example #4
Keep your moral sense as fresh, as keen; and the moment you find foul air in a book, throw the book in the fire.
Example #5
An immediate rush, with loud laughing, took place, for the parlor fire; but Charles and I did not move.
Example #6
The boy came in to say would we please go to the parlor; our room was wanted for supper.