reshape

[ree-sheyp]
verb (used with object), reshaped, reshaping.
to shape again or into different form.

Origin:
1820–30; re- + shape

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reshape (riːˈʃeɪp)
 
vb
to shape (something) again or differently

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Example sentences
When the dune dries in a day or so, the wind will begin to reshape it once
  again.
Reshape the rest of the dough into a round loaf and top with the bone shapes.
Ask the students if they can reshape the clay so that it floats.
No modern epidemic is likely to reshape social and economic systems in the
  manner of premodern plagues.
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