Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of rechristen.
  • noun A second or subsequent christening.

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Examples

  • Touch McCall used more imagination in rechristening themselves.

    Hoboes That Pass in the Night

  • Blackey, and Touch McCall used more imagination in rechristening themselves.

    Hoboes That Pass in the Night

  • Tornado Blacky, and Touch McCall used more imagination in rechristening themselves.

    Hoboes That Pass in the Night

  • The rechristening is a much-needed - albeit belated

    Original Signal - The best of Web 2.0

  • Notice that Reed mistakenly thinks that reframing is just "rechristening" when it is really about truth-telling and alerting the public to a policy that goes well beyond "more troops."

    George Lakoff: Escalating Truth

  • AT&T chief technology officer John Donovan defended this 4G rechristening in a blog post, writing that "Our HSPA+ network and upgraded backhaul is expected to deliver speed performance similar to initial LTE deployments."

    4G fog thickens as AT&T upgrades vocabulary

  • Ms. Nicholl also lost no time performing a nip-and-tuck on her book, adding three chapters on Ms. Middleton, swapping the cover photo of the princes for one of William and Kate and rechristening it: "The Making of a Royal Romance: William, Kate, and Harry—A Look Behind the Palace Walls."

    Full Court Press: Britain's Newshounds Wage a Wedding Battle Royal

  • When she formed Dum Dum Girls in 2008, Kristin Gundred took a page from the Ramones' playbook by rechristening herself Dee Dee and naming her band after a song by '80s new-romantic synth act Talk Talk.

    Holiday Hoedowns

  • “I figured you and Vivian would have spent yesterday and today rechristening every room in the house,” she interrupts as she cuts the distance between us in half with a few agile steps on her snowshoes.

    Heaven’s Fury

  • Merrifield has asked the public for help in rechristening the establishment.

    Beer: Dave Alexander on the end of the Brickskeller

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