Definition of Reenforces

1. reenforce [v] - See also: reenforce



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reenforces

reencouraging
reendothelialisation
reendothelialization
reendow
reendowed
reendowing
reendows
reenergize
reenergized
reenergizes
reenergizing
reenforce
reenforced
reenforcement
reenforcements
reenforces (current term)
reenforcing
reengage
reengaged
reengagement
reengagements
reengages
reengaging
reengineer
reengineered
reengineering
reengineers
reengrave
reengraved
reengraves

Literary usage of Reenforces

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1. Military History of Ulysses S. Grant: From April, 1861, to April, 1865 by Adam Badeau (1885)
"... arrival—Hovey'* attack—Battle of Champion's Hill—Hovey's success—Enemy musses on Hovey—Grant reenforces Hovey—McClernand repeatedly ordered up, ..."

2. Principles of Physics by Frank M. Gilley (1901)
"349, is the same as that of the tuning-fork that the air column is set into sympathetic vibrations and reenforces the sound of the fork. ..."

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