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Definition of recast:

  1. To cast again; to throw again; to mould anew; to compute again.

Common misspellings for recast:

recasted, brecfast, excast.

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This graph shows how "recast" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for recast:

  1. The only liberty taken with some of the evidence has been to put it into better grammatical form, and sometimes to recast an ambiguous statement when I, as collector, had in my own mind no doubt as to its meaning. "The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries" , W. Y. Evans Wentz.
  2. So important, indeed, did I think it not to leave Mr. Allen's statements unchallenged, that in November last I recast my book completely, cutting out much that I had written, and practically starting anew. "Luck or Cunning?" , Samuel Butler.
  3. If one wishes to surprise genius labouring to give birth to perfection, one should consult the later editions of Victor Hugo's works and note the countless emendations he made after their first publication- here a more fitting word substituted, there a line recast, elsewhere an entire verse added, or excised, or remodelled. "Style in Singing" , W. E. Haslam.

Quotes for recast:

  1. Moreover, we are showing a dismaying tendency to recast God in Man's image. - James L. Buckley
  2. I think they could of recast the children, I heard of people wanting to do something like that. That would be a nice little show to do but you know that show was of the 80's, I don't think the audience mind set is in that direction any longer. - Larry Hagman

Idioms for recast:

  1. recast sth in sth
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