refortifying

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

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Examples

  • Earl Harold was given the task of counter attacking, and seems to have built a fortification at Longtown in Herefordshire before refortifying Hereford.

    Kings and Princes

  • Earl Harold was given the task of counter attacking, and seems to have built a fortification at Longtown in Herefordshire before refortifying Hereford.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Smith made a draft statement by refortifying Jacksonville's trenches with the club's first three selections.

    After lost season, Jags seek how to put 'train' back on track

  • But instead of bridging the gap in a divided society and refortifying the Revolution, Khamenei increasingly favored the hard-liners and greater authoritarianism.

    Let the Swords Encircle Me

  • Still working on slaking their desire for each other, refortifying their energy with a bucket of take-out chicken.

    Deadly Promises

  • We also see some National Guard soldiers there at the end refortifying parts of the wall as well.

    CNN Transcript Jun 20, 2008

  • We are refortifying the sandbag wall and making sure that everything holds as the Mississippi River eventually hopefully in the coming days retreats back to where it's supposed to be which is way out there, Gerri.

    CNN Transcript Jun 20, 2008

  • We have heard from aides of the White House who say look or (ph) point to the federal dollars in the tune of 114 billion dollars going towards recovery in the region, as well as the levees rebuilding, refortifying those levees.

    CNN Transcript Aug 29, 2007

  • He kept his troops on alert, worked his pris­oners day and night, rebuilding, repairing, refortifying the High Clerist'S Tower.

    Dragons Of Summer Flame

  • Whilst the work of refortifying the city was in progress, a great fleet of the Saracens sailed for Rome, seemingly from Sardinia, but it was completely destroyed off Ostia by the allied fleets of Rome,

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy

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