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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reforge.

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Examples

  • And maybe it is, by sheer virtue of collective word reforging in sixteenth-century England.

    The English Is Coming!

  • And maybe it is, by sheer virtue of collective word reforging in sixteenth-century England.

    The English Is Coming!

  • On one level, in the aftermath of the peace process in the North, the crises in the church and the economy, she is among the people in the vanguard of reforging Ireland, kicking down the sandcastles.

    Another tacky divorce, another album full of promise – nothing compares to Sinéad

  • (The elf is not the most courageous of our heroes, unfortunately) While reforging the key to the door that would lead them even deeper down, the heroes were overrun by enemies, but the key was ready mere seconds before they had to make a hasty retreat.

    Weekend heroes in the Great Barrows

  • Hamuul sent a silent prayer to the Earth Mother that the work they did here today would make strides toward reforging that bond, perhaps even make it stronger.

    The Shattering

  • Be warned; the first stage of this reforging of the soul is not pretty, because it involves turning into this:

    Duncan's Patent Remedy

  • Be warned; the first stage of this reforging of the soul is not pretty, because it involves turning into this:

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Hamuul sent a silent prayer to the Earth Mother that the work they did here today would make strides toward reforging that bond, perhaps even make it stronger.

    The Shattering

  • Panetta's essay is ostensibly aimed at reforging what he sees as the proper relationship between an elected Congress and US imperialism's powerful covert intelligence agency.

    CIA Director Issues a Warning to Congress

  • The answer was a renewed investment strategy, a reforging of the basic public-private partnership underpinning our social compact.

    Michael Likosky: Obama's Economy

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