Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To fortify anew.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb To fortify anew.

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  • verb fortify again

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Examples

  • Rather than continuing with the successful, hard-line tactics of his predecessor, the popular Álvaro Uribe, Mr. Santos has allowed the FARC and other illegal groups to fester and refortify, according to the perception of many throughout Colombia.

    Colombian President Overhauls Military

  • This would refortify the teachers unions, which have spent $2.7 million to pass the measure and are the very group most responsible for California's fiscal mess.

    California Reckoning

  • Now from this juncture forward, what the police have to do is they have to refortify the investigation that they ` ve already done, and clearly at the top of their list is finding the body.

    CNN Transcript Oct 15, 2008

  • While Obama was having a really good week, looking like a leader willing to refortify the role of diplomacy in U.S. foreign relations, Senator McCain posed for photos in front of a German restaurant.

    Andrea King Collier: Blinkered By Blackness

  • ** To refortify the Constitution which has been under assault from these Bushites-getting rid of unconstitutional laws, like the Military Commissions Act, and re-establishing a reasonable agreement about the checks and balances that establish the boundaries of the separation of powers.

    It's Got to Be Gore: Part I�� The Challenge Facing the Next President

  • The authorities were told twenty-five years ago that the New Orleans levees could not withstand a storm of Katrina's magnitude, but a city that votes Democratic wasn't going to get the necessary allocations to refortify them.

    On Our Own

  • Later, with Persian approval, Conon helped the Athenians to complete new Long Walls and to refortify Piraeus, thus restoring Athens to independence from Sparta.

    THE LANDMARK THUCYDIDES

  • Later, with Persian approval, Conon helped the Athenians to complete new Long Walls and to refortify Piraeus, thus restoring Athens to independence from Sparta.

    THE LANDMARK THUCYDIDES

  • ZAHN: So, Kamal, if you would, further address these reports that the e-mail trail seem to indicate that these Al Qaeda members might be going back into Pakistan to refortify.

    CNN Transcript Mar 7, 2002

  • “Let me guess,” Rachel replied, attempting to refortify her position.

    Deception Point

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