Definition of Refortified

1. Verb. (present participle of refortify) ¹



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Definition of Refortified

1. refortify [v] - See also: refortify

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Refortified

reforming
reformism
reformisms
reformist
reformists
reforms
reformulate
reformulated
reformulated gasoline
reformulates
reformulating
reformulation
reformulations
refortification
refortifications
refortified (current term)
refortifies
refortify
refortifying
reforward
reforwarded
reforwarding
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refossion
refought
refound
refoundation
refoundations
refounded
refounder

Literary usage of Refortified

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1. Dalmatia, the Quarnero and Istria, with Cettigne in Montenegro and the by Sir Thomas Graham Jackson (1887)
"Other privileges were granted by Maria and Sigismund, and Ragusa under Hungarian protection being left tolerably to herself, steadily refortified. . . . ..."

2. Tours in Scotland 1747, 1750, 1760 by Richard Pococke, Daniel William Kemp (1887)
"Baliol refortified it, and leaves a garrison which was besieged by the Earl of March and after 3 months taken, & razed again. King Edward the 3d takes Perth ..."

3. Palestine Under the Moslems: A Description of Syria and the Holy Land from A by Guy Le Strange (1890)
"Al 'Abbas, the son of the Khalif Al Walid ibn 'Abd al Malik, refortified Mar'ash, ... It was refortified by Harun ar Rashid." (Mas., viii. 295). ..."

4. Palestine Under the Moslems: A Description of Syria and the Holy Land from A by Guy Le Strange (1890)
"Al 'Abbas, the son of the Khalif Al Walid ibn 'Abd al Malik, refortified Mar'ash, ... It was refortified by Harun ar Rashid." (Mas., viii. 295). ..."

5. Pamphlets on Enology (1892)
"Two months later it was racked again and refortified. At nine months it was placed in the heating-chamber, at a temperature of 100°, for three months. ..."

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