What is another word for reworked?

113 synonyms found


[ ɹɪwˈɜːkt], [ ɹɪwˈɜːkt], [ ɹ_ɪ_w_ˈɜː_k_t]

When it comes to editing and revising written content, "reworked" is a commonly used word. However, there are several other synonyms that can be used interchangeably with this term. For instance, instead of saying "reworked," one can use words like modified, revised, edited, altered, or refined. Similarly, terms like revamped, remodeled, improved, updated, and overhauled can also convey the same meaning. The choice of which synonymous word to use largely depends on the degree of changes made and the context of the content. Nevertheless, the use of synonyms can be helpful in creating variety and avoiding repetition in language usage.

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Usage examples for Reworked

The Address to the Rothschilds which was the first complete writing of his plan, forged in the heat of inspiration was thoroughly reworked and emerged as his great book Der Judenstaat.
"The Jewish State"
Theodor Herzl Commentator: Louis Lipsky Alex Bein
The rough work done, the masons dressed down the stone, reworked the joints, and overlaid the whole with a coat of cement or stucco, coloured to match the material, which concealed the faults of the real work.
"Manual Of Egyptian Archaeology And Guide To The Study Of Antiquities In Egypt"
Gaston Camille Charles Maspero
I was overjoyed at this acquisition, and those very strips and the reworked scrap are used to this day in my laboratory over forty years later."
"Edison, His Life and Inventions"
Frank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin

Famous quotes with Reworked

  • Ownership of thought depends on the thinker not subordinating himself to a ‘ruling thought’. This is particularly difficult, argues Stirner, … for language itself is a network of ‘fixed ideas’. Truths emerge only when language is reworked and possessed individually.
    John Carroll
  • As far as dreams were concerned—well dreams are generated by the random processes of neural oscillation during the brain’s rest phases. What dreams do is cycle and recycle images and feelings, rationalisations and fears. There’s nothing special about that. It’s not the that matter (chaff, mental turbulence, the rotating metal bars moving endlessly through the transparent tub of metaphorical slushy). It is what the problem-solving circuits in the mind of the dreams. Dreams iterate and test mental schemas, discarding the maladaptive to return the adaptive to the slush to be reworked. Dreams are emotional preparations for solving problems—that is why we have evolved them, because problem-solving abilities are adaptive and thus strongly evolutionarily selected. Dreams intoxicate the individual out of reliance on common sense and preconception, and tempt her into the orbit of private logic. Dreams have utility.
    Adam Roberts

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