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warmed-over in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwarmed-overˌwarmed-ˈover adjective [usually before noun] American English  1 DFwarmed-over food has been cooked before and then heated again for eatingreheat2 USELESSwarmed-over ideas or arguments have been used before and are not interesting or useful anymore look/feel like death warmed up/over at death(8)
Examples from the Corpus
warmed-overHis proposed tax cuts are warmed-over Reaganomics that could saddle our children with an ever-increasing national debt.