re- + contour
recontour (third-person singular simple present recontours, present participle recontouring, simple past and past participle recontoured)
- (transitive) To contour again or anew.
2008 January 14, Tina Kelley, “Getaways to Coddle New Mothers (or Just Inspire Some)”, in New York Times:
- The Dorit Baxter New York Day Spa in Manhattan features a postnatal rescue treatment that, according to online ads, “debloats, detoxes, recontours the body and brings the new mom to a weight-losing mode.”