verb (used with object)
1. to furbish again; renovate; brighten: to refurbish the lobby.
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repair, overhaul, restore, redo, update, revamp, renovate, rehabilitate, recondition, modernize, remodel, refit, rejuvenate, spruce, renew, refresh, mend, retread, rehab, reequip
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1. refurnish, redecorate.
Origin: 1605–15; re- + furbish
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR REFURBISH
In July, he gave $12.3 million to refurbish the Virginia home of Robert E. Lee, the Confederate General.
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As her domestic life falls apart, she takes it as her charge to refurbish the house and its lifeless inhabitants.
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Eleanor Clift on whether he can refurbish his image before November.
IS MITT ROMNEY DAMAGED GOODS AFTER A BRUTAL PRIMARY SEASON?|ELEANOR CLIFT|APRIL 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Last week, Shacknai sold the historic mansion to real estate investors who plan to refurbish the 27-room mansion for resale.
DR. PHIL'S CREEPY AUTOPSY|CHRISTINE PELISEK|NOVEMBER 6, 2011|DAILY BEAST
If he venture to clean or refurbish his board without authorisation, he will receive a summons and be compelled to pay a fine.
Why revamp and refurbish the old platitudes and dole them out each succeeding year?
CRAFTSMANSHIP IN TEACHING|WILLIAM CHANDLER BAGLEY
In January 1971 Radio Sofia took steps to refurbish its old programming.
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It was Josie Fifer's duty not only to tabulate and care for these relics, but to refurbish them when necessary.
CHEERFUL--BY REQUEST|EDNA FERBER
We were to meet the directors of the Hudson's Bay Company that night, and we had come out to refurbish our scant, wild attire.
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