- v. present participle of remold.
“In a soft voice he gentled her, watching as her short-lived tantrum drained away, her expression remolding again, except now it was confused and tear-filled.”
“It is kind of a big deal; the president calls his remolding of America into a high-cost, low-job " green economy " a top priority, an Apollo Project.”
“Changing this pattern and "remolding" the brain takes a fundamental shift in attitudes and behavior.”
“In a series of linked essays, Mr. Kirsch shows the literary critic at work on his own personality over the course of his life, molding and remolding himself into the kind of man he wanted to be in order to accomplish the work he thought necessary in the present state of literary affairs.”
“The 1964 picture if I remember correctly was a remolding of the original.”
“Restorative Justice is not an either/or alternative, it is a comprehensive package of punishment and remolding.”
“Disguising himself by remolding his face and donning cool goggles and a patently ridiculous stretchable leotard (with a distinctive black and yellow striped belt), he becomes the crime fighter Plastic Man!”
“Hopefully DC known for their levelheaded (& sumtimes downright SLOW) approach to these things will learn from the mistakes THAT platform made & apply it to their remolding of these their two most precious icons.”
“Each person that walks up the aisle adds to his stress and anticipation, building girders of fear around him like a twisted sort of remolding project, moving backwards from majestic structure to dilapidated ruins.”
“The results reverberated across the Atlantic where the New York Times reported that "political commentators are starting to say that the televised debate had the effect of a political volcano, remolding the electoral landscape.”
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