Restyle [verb]

Definition of Restyle:

correct, edit

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Sentence/Example of Restyle:

These cost around $20 from the market in Leh, India, and were of a similar style to the boots David-Néel would have worn.

Despite similar parenting styles, I see two very different children in my nanny share.

Linebacker Jon Bostic acknowledged the disappointment, especially because Washington had seen those style of runs before.

In 2012, she opened her own restaurant, the acclaimed Cardamom Hill, a precursor to the style of cooking she would later write about in “My Two Souths.”

It’s the earliest known example of this “ballistic tongue” style of predation, researchers say.

She’s looking for clothing that embraces her femininity and doesn’t sacrifice style.

Sprinklers come in a variety of styles, each watering lawns in different ways.

He is 6-foot-6, weighs 220 pounds and plays a dual-threat style that could fit any offensive scheme.

Marshall has created a sound and a style, something that no one else was doing at the time.

Dorsey is known for his nontraditional style, which was on display in his first back-to-back appearances on Capitol Hill ahead of the 2018 midterm elections.