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- adj. fake (as documents)
- adj. Fabricated by forging or at a forge, by working hot metal
- v. Past participle of forge To force forward against opposition.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not genuine; counterfeit; -- used mostly of signatures and documents. See forge, v. t., 4.
- adj. shaped by strong pressure in a press, or by heatng and hammering; -- of metal objects.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. reproduced fraudulently
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The label forged a balance between fostering new Spanish musicians and distributing music from independent European labels such as ECM, Hannibal, Cherry Red, Rough Trade and Factory Records whose boss
The atmosphere in their stadium was like a furnace of fury forged from the shipyards nearby.
The optimism of the 60s had dissolved: there was no more talk of a classless society or a Britain forged in the white heat of a technological revolution.
The bus driver rose from his throne forged from the skulls of a thousand damned commuters.
The metal of the gun is forged from a combination of Irish church bells, cold iron from crucifixes, blessed silver, and other mystic metals-wiki
Mazinger Z is a gigantic Super Robot, constructed with a fictitious metal called Chogokin Z (literally Super-Alloy Z), which is forged from a new element mined from a reservoir found only in the sediment of Japan's Mt. Fuji.
Understanable in some ways; the country was forged from the barrel of a gun and this is apparent to anyone taking a look.
We are a nation, first and foremost forged from the crucible of men desiring to live free, but under a constitution necesary to maintain law and moral decency.
Bush was not born with a silver spoon in his mouth, but a gold one, and it was likely forged from the fillings of Holocaust victims.
I swore revenge, and only years later learned that the oaths of a nine year old girl, forged from a pure rage and a still innocent love, are sometimes more binding than the most learned and complex sorceries.