Definition of Reform movement

1. Noun. A movement intended to bring about social and humanitarian reforms.




Lexicographical Neighbors of Reform Movement

reforested
reforesting
reforestization
reforestize
reforestized
reforestizing
reforests
reforge
reforged
reforger
reforgers
reforges
reforging
reform
reform-minded
reform movement (current term)
reform school
reform schools
reformabilities
reformability
reformable
reformade
reformades
reformado
reformadoes
reformados
reformalize
reformalized
reformalizes
reformalizing

Literary usage of Reform movement

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A History of Commerce by Clive Day (1907)
"Beginning of the reform movement, 1820. — More and more as time went on, and England's commercial capacity increased, were the evils and abuses of the ..."

2. A History of Commerce by Clive Day (1907)
"Beginning of the reform movement, 1820. — More and more as time went on, and England's commercial capacity increased, were the evils and abuses of the ..."

3. A History of Commerce by Clive Day (1914)
"Beginning of the reform movement, 1820. — More and more as time went on, and England's commercial capacity increased, were the evils and abuses of the ..."

4. A History of Commerce by Clive Day (1907)
"Beginning of the reform movement, 1820. — More and more as time went on, and England's commercial capacity increased, were the evils and abuses of the ..."

5. History of the Christian Church by John Fletcher Hurst (1900)
"The Bohemian reform movement " appealed to the intense nationality of the peo- .... , . ... reform movement ..."

6. History of the Christian Church by John Fletcher Hurst (1900)
"The Bohemian reform movement "appealed to the intense nationality of the peo- ,1 1.1 i • , » . , , MOVEMENT. ..."

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