- v. present participle of recreate.
“More than anything else, this film triumphs in recreating the society and atmosphere of 1961 London.”
“But in recreating the Wheel of Death stunt, Dr. Adamovich is being cautious.”
“The trick will be in recreating it, whether with pine cones -- or with pure hearts -- in the home and beyond.”
“A WRITING RULE – No need to create effects, as in recreating atmosphere, when these mere effects come naturally (as in life) as a result of desired events.”
“I think it's fun to challenge myself in recreating the background and what not!”
“I could feel your happiness and excitement in recreating the sauce.”
“I had seen dieticians in the past, but hated the idea of recreating a hospital menu at home.”
“One of the nation's few large estates that's still family-owned, Biltmore was commissioned by George Vanderbilt with the idea of recreating a European working estate, a promise it fulfills to this day with its many on-site enterprises, such as wine-making.”
“The difference is about being alive: sure Marilyn was posing, but she was playing with the camera in the moment; Lindsay was recreating, which is always, especially when verbatim, a dead exercise.”
“So, anyway, starting at the end of this month we're going to see if there's some disciplined, organized way we can take this message across America and involve people of different parties, different perspectives, radically different political views on issues in the idea of recreating a sense that we're all neighbors.”
Looking for tweets for recreating.