reclothe

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reclothe

(riːˈkləʊð)
vb (tr)
to clothe (someone or something) again or provide new clothing for (someone)

reclothe


Past participle: reclothed
Gerund: reclothing

Imperative
reclothe
reclothe
Present
I reclothe
you reclothe
he/she/it reclothes
we reclothe
you reclothe
they reclothe
Preterite
I reclothed
you reclothed
he/she/it reclothed
we reclothed
you reclothed
they reclothed
Present Continuous
I am reclothing
you are reclothing
he/she/it is reclothing
we are reclothing
you are reclothing
they are reclothing
Present Perfect
I have reclothed
you have reclothed
he/she/it has reclothed
we have reclothed
you have reclothed
they have reclothed
Past Continuous
I was reclothing
you were reclothing
he/she/it was reclothing
we were reclothing
you were reclothing
they were reclothing
Past Perfect
I had reclothed
you had reclothed
he/she/it had reclothed
we had reclothed
you had reclothed
they had reclothed
Future
I will reclothe
you will reclothe
he/she/it will reclothe
we will reclothe
you will reclothe
they will reclothe
Future Perfect
I will have reclothed
you will have reclothed
he/she/it will have reclothed
we will have reclothed
you will have reclothed
they will have reclothed
Future Continuous
I will be reclothing
you will be reclothing
he/she/it will be reclothing
we will be reclothing
you will be reclothing
they will be reclothing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reclothing
you have been reclothing
he/she/it has been reclothing
we have been reclothing
you have been reclothing
they have been reclothing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reclothing
you will have been reclothing
he/she/it will have been reclothing
we will have been reclothing
you will have been reclothing
they will have been reclothing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reclothing
you had been reclothing
he/she/it had been reclothing
we had been reclothing
you had been reclothing
they had been reclothing
Conditional
I would reclothe
you would reclothe
he/she/it would reclothe
we would reclothe
you would reclothe
they would reclothe
Past Conditional
I would have reclothed
you would have reclothed
he/she/it would have reclothed
we would have reclothed
you would have reclothed
they would have reclothed
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27) The process of editing, and the financial demands of publication, suggest that 'Holy Willie's Prayer' could not have been reclothed as The Prayer of Holy Willie, A.
And though he won both to reach the last four in York, he called for the table to be reclothed.
Coming out of the Med, he'd be reclothed before you could say "moobs".
However, the panic felt by punters who were hoping to see plenty of sizeable compilations changed to relief when it was announced that the tables would be inspected and reclothed on the second weekend of the tournament.
More important, recognition of the pierrot as the outmoded garment behind the deletions on page 67 of Volume the Third confirms Doody's highly astute deductions as to the cultural significance of these deletions--while bearing out her compelling, critical account of how Austen reclothed her "rough, violent, sexy, joky" (98) writings of the revolutionary decade of the 1790s in a "Regency walking dress" of at least ostensible decorum and propriety.
Thus he implies in his brief concluding chapter that, despite appearances, Putin's Russia is Muscovy reclothed in Western liberal rhetoric, with an autocratic mercantilism that can only be considered normal in terms of its Muscovite heritage.
Reigning world champion Higgins suffered a shock second-round exit at the weekend and quickly blasted snooker chiefs for not having reclothed the tables.
Later, World Snooker issued a statement pointing out tables in the past were only recovered before the semi-final stages but last year for the first time they were reclothed after the second Saturday and the same procedure would be put into operation today.
Exceptionally angry yet prescient English authors reclothed (perhaps disrobed would be more accurate) Indians as an irreconcilably different human population.
Her own story is thus obliquely tinted by the traumas haunting Australian history, just like Night Cries is subtly framed by the appearances of Aboriginal singer Jimmy Little, whose "very presence reminds one of the era of the mission school, where black Australians were re-educated and reclothed in an attempt to whiten them" (Murray 19).
From the 1990s they reclothed themselves in the rhetoric of 'good governance' and 'social capital', seeking what Ben Fine calls the 'post-Washington consensus'.
He only reclothed it in black: "It is my contention that much of the cultural nationalism young people fervently believe is critically important to the struggle is just a form of black bohemianism.