Did you perhaps mean inforce?
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of inforce.
“MATT, you might also find it interesting and it re inforces the stupidity of politicians.”
“HAVOCK: “re inforces the stupidity of politicians.””
“This re-inforces several of the memes about McCain.”
“And every telling re-inforces the falsity of it ... do you think that is possible?”
“I personally think that MJ re-inforces the “everyman” feel of Spidey.”
“I believe that, in some cases, this ‘training’ actually re-inforces and maintains the divisions rather than helps overcome them. on November 14, 2006 at 8: 54 am | Reply The Writer”
“When they do it just further re-inforces the idea that we no longer care what they think or want.”
“Kitteh Thi Master inforces yur wirkout with pointy enz!”
“When, the reality is that it only re-inforces my rejection of gods and religion with its ridiculous behavior.”
“Lets hope we can impeach old Bushie before he inforces this on us.”
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