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Google previewWashington News Letter (1900)

To re-form is a repetition of the creative work, it is an imageing forth the nature of being. Immortality is not gained by personal works that any man should boast, but is the truth of an everywhere present mind of intelligence. It is to be brought to ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language (1833)

Abridged from the American Dictionary, for the Use of Primary Schools and the Counting House by Noah Webster

Re-form'-ist, n. one of the reformed religiou. Re-for-ti-si-ca-tion, n. renewed fortificatiou. Re-for-ti-fy, v. t. to fortify again. Re-found', v. t. to found or cast anew. [ course. Re-fract', v. t. to cause to deviate from a direct Re-fract'-ing, ppr. turning from a ...

Google previewWorcester's academic dictionary (1910)

a new etymological dictionary of the English language by Joseph Emerson Worcester

Re-form' ...

Google previewWebster's Collegiate Dictionary (1914)

A Dictionary of the English Language... with an Appendix Containing a Copious Scotch Glossary, a Pronouncing Vocabulary of Proper Names, Various Other Useful Tables and a Supplement of Additional Words and Meanings Mainly Abridged from Webster's International Dictionary. Over 1100 Illustrations

Re-form' (ré-fôrm"), v. t. [F. réformer, L. reformare; pref., re-re- + formare to form, from forma form.] To put into a new and improved form or condition; to restore to a former good state, or bring from bad to good. Syn. "To amend; correct; emend; ...

Google previewThe Grammar-school Standard Dictionary of the English ... (1910)

re-form'a-tiT(e, a- Reforming or tending ...

Google previewThe Comprehensive Standard Dictionary of the English Language (1902)

Designed to Give the Orthography, Pronunciation, Meaning, and Etymology of about 38,000 Words and Phrases in the Speech and Literature of the English-speaking Peoples, 800 Pictorial Illustrations

re-form 'a- tiv(e, a. Reforming or tending to reform.— re - form ' a ...

Google previewThe Globe dictionary of the English language (1873)

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Reform, (re-form ') v.t. ...

Google previewThe Standard Intermediate-school Dictionary of the English Language (1899)

Designed to Give the Orthography, Pronunciation, Meaning, and Etymology of about 38,000 Words and Phrases in the Speech and Literature of the English-speaking Peoples ... by James Champlin Fernald

re-form'a-tiv(e, a. Reforming or tending to reform.—re - form 'a - to - ry.

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Quotes about re-form

With hope we build our own
fingers into mission light.
Our temple fingers steeple form
to reaffirm prayer light.

Only our fingers when humanity
needs salvation hand?
Prayer our fingers steeple pray
peace earth wide in every land.


(Terence George Craddock)
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