The first is that it is largely a rehash of much of what we already know, or think we know, about the Obama White House.
The most moving material in Bomb feels like a rehash: care-taking the father, painfully recalling his suicidal, addict mother.
Wilde recently stopped by The Tonight Show to rehash her Twitter feud with Bieber (and his almost 36 million followers).
It would seem ungenerous and ungentlemanly to rehash the arguments in favor of scenario No. 1.
Here's Josh Barro, getting it right: Romney repeatedly talked about his “five-point plan,” which is a rehash of Bush-era policies.
It is, of course, but a rehash of speculations which amuses half an hour.
A rehash of them can be found in the Sixth Book of the Magnalia.
The Report is actually a rehash of major provisions in the 1960 Democrat and Republican party platforms.
It is, of course, but a rehash of speculations which amuses a half-hour.
"No—that is—only a rehash of what they said before," returned Harcourt without opening the paper.
: a rehash of stale political charges
To review; discuss again; repeat; recap: the things they had hashed and rehashed for many a frugal conversational meal
[1880+; called vulgar in the dated source]