warmed-over

[wawrmd-oh-ver]
adjective
1.
(of cooked foods) heated again: warmed-over stew.
2.
reworked or repeated without enthusiasm or introduction of new ideas; stale: a warmed-over version of an old show.

Origin:
1885–90

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Or the rice may be moulded for a border and warmed-over meats put in the center.
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