- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fortify.
- adj. secured with bastions or fortifications
- adj. having something added to increase the strength
“The term fortified means that additional nutrients have been added to a food that weren’t there in the first place.”
“It's also in fortified dairy products and fatty fish, but few Americans — of any skin color — consume enough of those foods to meet recommendations.”
“The only ones left there are literally huddling in fortified neighborhoods.”
“Considering that these nutbags seem to be threatening governors of both parties — and may hit all 50 by the time everything gets counted up — I wonder if the Republicans and corporate media willfinally acknowledge that perhaps heavily armed loons espousing violently anti-government views while sitting in fortified compounds are potentially dangerous.”
“Not out of hatred but out of love for humanity, King condemned an American military campaign that sent its soldiers "to slaughter men, women and children" and construct "concentration camps we call fortified hamlets.”
“Scientists assumed these antioxidants were protective and that taking them as supplements or in fortified foods should decrease oxidative damage and diminish disease," he said.”
“Soon the only solid physical foundations remaining will be found at our military bases and in the concrete of the concentration camps we call fortified hamlets.”
“These are held as critical national assets in fortified facilities guarded by elite troops, and they would be extremely difficult to get at, or to buy.”
“After years of being heavily fortified from the left side (David Justice, Fred McGriff, switch-hitter Chipper Jones and Klesko), the Braves now lean heavily to the right, especially if Andres”
“They were surrounded by NVA at a range of twenty meters in fortified positions.”
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