- v. Simple past tense and past participle of recontour.
“They lost weight if they needed, or recontoured their bodies in wondrous ways.”
“A few years before the first landing of an Apollo crew on the moon, scientists recontoured a volcanic field just outside of Flagstaff, Arizona, with artificial impact craters resembling those found on Mare Tranquillitatis, the proposed first manned American landing site.”
“Though the landscape will be battered or even dramatically recontoured, you know you will be able to very quickly return your city-on-wheels to your city-on-stilts.”
“A recontoured landscapes where the effects of the monsoon cycle are distributed throughout the Subcontinent.”
“To understand the scheme, it's best to trace an imaginary journey a single drop of rainwater would undertake in Riera's recontoured hill.”
“They were playing patriotic music now, a medley of familiar marches with drum ruffles and sousaphones, and the curtain descended halfway, recontoured in flag format and starred and striped by colored floods, and just as the audience began to wonder what the point was, out came the Rockettes, what a toothsome shock—did anyone know there was a stage show in the works?”
“Changes at the Spanish mission-style resort, nestled in coastal foothills north of San Diego, include the repositioning of the Champions Course's bunkers, recontoured fairways and subtle elevation changes throughout the course.”
“For the past 10 months, drains have been cleaned of debris and trash and recontoured, Phalen said.”
“To spot what's different really requires another Challenger parked alongside: Shaved roof rail moldings, recontoured wheelwells, custom front fenders, flush-fit glass, a scratch-built grille and taillight panel, as well as zero exposed hardware.”
“Backrests are 1. 4-inches taller and recontoured for improved driving posture.”
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