Definition of Restyle

1. Verb. To refashion something in a new style or shape in order to fit another purpose. ¹



2. Verb. To give another name, designation or title to something. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Restyle

1. style [v -STYLED, -STYLING, -STYLES] - See also: style

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Restyle

rests
restuck
restudied
restudies
restudy
restudying
restuff
restuffed
restuffing
restuffs
restump
restumped
restumping
restumps
resty
restyle (current term)
restyled
restyles
restyling
resubject
resubjected
resubjecting
resubjection
resubjects
resublime
resublimed
resublimes
resubliming
resubmerge
resubmerged

Literary usage of Restyle

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1. The Parliamentary Gazetteer of Ireland: Adapted to the New Poor-law (1846)
"... in the distance, CiarĀ« Island, lying athwart Clew bay, and bucked by the lofty cliffs of Achill." RENVILLE, restyle, or ..."

2. Understanding HIV/AIDS Stigma: A Theoretical and Methodological Analysisby Harriet Deacon, Inez Stephney, Sandra Prosalendis by Harriet Deacon, Inez Stephney, Sandra Prosalendis (2005)
"... (2002: 573) thus concludes that when stigmatised groups restyle themselves as minorities they become non-deviant, ..."

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