- n. The act or event of redefining.
- n. the act of giving a new definition
- re- + definition (Wiktionary)
“I'd use the term redefinition rather than changing what we believe in, because my view is that what Republicans generally believe in is still what the majority of Americans believe in.”
“This redefinition is what makes most people nervous: "a man is a man because of X, and if you take X away, what's going to define him as a man?”
“See, the problem with redefinition is that it's both infinitely useful and not at all helpful.”
“Marriage is said to be cheapened because it has been redefined, and the redefinition is the only evidence to demonstrate its cheapening.”
“Another case of the “republican word redefinition project” showing up again?”
“The Los Angeles Times writer Michael Fumento called the redefinition "bizarre".”
“Then make all the rest into separate layer with separate parts: datatype derivation, key / unique / assertion checking, PSVI, complex type derivation (including content model checking, UPA checking, name redefinition checking, etc), schema composition.”
“Rick says that he's not anti-gay people but he's against "redefinition" of marriage.”
“Avoiding speculation on the outcome of this world-wide 'redefinition' the Mafikeng document observes only that "the transformation taking place in our country is closely intertwined with the search for a new world order" and that the ANC would seek to take an "active part in shaping this order" both as a party and government.”
“Plenty Coups was able to help bring about this kind of redefinition for his people.”
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