What is another word for Recreated?

Pronunciation: [ɹˌiːkɹiːˈe͡ɪtɪd] (IPA)

Recreated is a verb that means to make or produce something again or in a different form. Some synonyms for recreated include: reinvented, rebuilt, remade, reassembled, regrouped, revamped, renewed, restored, reproduced, replicated, duplicated, copied, imitated, mimicked, emulated, simulated, and recreated. Each of these words has a slightly different connotation or emphasis. For example, restored and renewed suggest a return to an original or former state, while reinvented and revamped suggest a more radical transformation. Duplicated and copied suggest an exact imitation, while emulated and simulated suggest a similar but not identical recreation.

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What are the hypernyms for Recreated?

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What are the opposite words for Recreated?

The antonyms for the word "recreated" can be defined as actions that are opposite in meaning or effect to this. Some antonyms for "recreated" include destroyed, damaged, ruined, dismantled, demolished, and disassembled. These words all convey a negative sense of action, indicating that something has been taken apart or torn down instead of built up or revived. In contrast to recreating, these words suggest that efforts have been made to tear down or discard the original creation. While recreating is often associated with creating something new, its antonyms are connected to destruction and negation.

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Usage examples for Recreated

The long separation-it had been long to them-had Recreated for both something of the capacity to receive a fresh impression of the other.
"Aurora the Magnificent"
Gertrude Hall
When I saw this dreadfull sight, I began to feare, least I should come to the like state: and considering with my selfe the good fortune which I was sometime in when I was a man, I greatly lamented, holding downe my head, and would eate no meate, but I saw no comfort or consolation of my evill fortune, saving that my mind was somewhat Recreated to heare and understand what every man said, for they neither feared nor doubted my presence.
"The Golden Asse"
Lucius Apuleius
Meanwhile, impulsive extravagance had sadly reduced the Platt inheritance, so when an acquaintance returned from St. Louis nervously Recreated by a specialist there, the poor doctor had to borrow on his insurance to make it possible for her to have the benefit of this noted physician's skill.
"Our Nervous Friends Illustrating the Mastery of Nervousness"
Robert S. Carroll

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