Definition of "remold" [re•mold]

  • Mold again, apply a new mold to (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "remold" in a sentence
  • "The applicant countries had to remold their societies and governments."
  • "Sadly, Bachmann's inflated version of John Quincy Adams's antislavery record exemplifies how she and other Tea Party advocates remold the past into a founding-era-Disneyland version bolstering their political agenda."
  • "That genie can't be put back in the bottle, but we can remold our political culture to make the genie a better citizen."