- re- + mould (Wiktionary)
“remould' these franchise teams into better versions of the existing state teams.”
“Pont's plan was to remould Sharma's javelin hurl into a biomechanically perfect round-arm sling, in the process creating a fast-bowling Frankenstein's monster.”
“Letters: David Cameron's enthusiasm to remould the Conservative party into the party of social justice Cameron's new Conservatism, December 7 may be overstated.”
“We have to correct or remould this erroneous belief in, the value of an ever-increasing GNP.”
“We have to correct or remould this erroneous belief in, the value of an ever-increasing”
“At the same time, part of our project is remould and redesign the software to make it as easy as possible for older people to use.”
“Trade unions will probably be keeping Labour alive financially, and will have an incredible opportunity to remould the party.”
“If the Tories have the audacity to say the same, then they could remould the landscape of British politics.”
“It views human nature as a work-in-progress, a half-baked beginning that we can learn to remould however we wish.”
“In Harper's hands it is a tool to remould the country.”
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