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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rechristen.

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Examples

  • Cult leader Patrick John Hawkes, an Oscar nominee for Winter's Bone rechristens Martha as 'Marcy May' and immediately starts getting into her head, telling her she can finally "be herself."

    Marlynn Snyder: Film: Manipulating the Mind of Martha

  • Mr. Curtis had a triple role: a womanizing jazz saxophonist named Joe, who rechristens himself "Josephine" in the female orchestra and also pretends to be a sexually unresponsive oil heir in order to entice a golddigging singer (played by Marilyn Monroe).

    Tony Curtis dies at 85: Iconic actor starred in 'Some Like It Hot'

  • Mr. Curtis had a triple role: a womanizing jazz saxophonist named Joe, who rechristens himself "Josephine" in the female orchestra and also pretends to be a sexually unresponsive oil heir in order to entice a golddigging singer played by Monroe.

    Tony Curtis, 'beefcake' actor of more than 100 movies, dies

  • Mr. Cohen narrows his geographical focus to a 200-mile-wide corridor running roughly between Albany and Montreal, which was once called "the Great Warpath" but which he rechristens "the American Warpath."

    The Great Warpath

  • Mr. Curtis had a triple role: a womanizing jazz saxophonist named Joe, who rechristens himself "Josephine" in the female orchestra and also pretends to be a sexually unresponsive oil heir in order to entice a golddigging singer (played by Marilyn Monroe).

    Tony Curtis dies at 85; starred in 'Some Like It Hot' and 'Sweet Smell of Success'

  • Cult leader Patrick John Hawkes, an Oscar nominee for Winter's Bone rechristens Martha as 'Marcy May' and immediately starts getting into her head, telling her she can finally "be herself."

    Marlynn Snyder: Film: Manipulating the Mind of Martha

  • And he rechristens the Sierra Nevada the Range of Light.

    John Muir

  • Comte de Mirabeau; and Camille Desmoulins, prompt, picturesque and impertinent, logically applies the process to the King himself and rechristens Louis, _Mr.

    The French Revolution A Short History

  • He marries but the one wife, uses the Protestant Bible, observes Protestant forms of worship, forbids the use of liquor and tobacco, practises adult baptism by immersion, and after every public sin, rechristens the backslider.

    In the South Seas

  • The younger sister to Mary Kate and Ashley, the 21-year-old Olsen is sensationally good, flipping between the innocent, impressionable beguilement of Marcy May as Patrick rechristens her and Martha's crippling, bed-wetting anxiety and anger.

    CNN.com

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