Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • transitive v. To form again.
  • intransitive v. To become formed again.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • v. To give a new form to; to form anew; to take form again, or to take a new form.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • “You would simply re-form at your memento mori, true, but we have no desire for your honeymoon to end in such despair, so instead we are banning you from—”

    Crossed

  • If my body is destroyed, then I re-form at my memento mori, right?

    Crossed

  • Her hands blurred as she jabbed it where she thought my heart would re-form.

    Crossed

  • My Wurlitzer really was original to the building, though it had been sold to a collector when I got blown up and had my assets seized while I was trying to re-form.

    Crossed

  • My body began to re-form, became solid again, and slid back to the gate, but I fought the sensation.

    Crossed

  • The new super, John Deasy, calls himself a reformer, which these days means he wants to re-form student test scores into teacher evaluation scores.

    Larry Strauss: Hail to the Incoming Superintendent

  • He calls himself a reformer, which these days means he wants to re-form student test scores into teacher evaluation scores.

    Larry Strauss: Hail to the Incoming Superintendent

  • The e-ink has to re-form itself into the new letters so you get a sort of “flash” effect and the page appears in negative and then the new page is on the screen.

    A First Kindle reading experience Described

  • Tilly also introduces the evening tribute to Bowery, which includes rare footage and a short film by Marcus Reeves as well as performances by Scottee, Jonny Woo, Ryan Styles and Richard Torry from Bowery's band Minty, while the Trindies will re-form for their first show in almost 30 years.

    This week's new events

  • Meanwhile, our college band, Mistress, was ready to re-form in New York City, with the addition of our friend Suzanne.

    Times Two

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