forging[ fawr-jing, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forging
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORGING
Pete started ahead, forging his way through the thick growth.
He has lightened the burden of thought because he has shown us that the chains which we wear are of our own forging.
Their livelihood was for the most part derived from mining and forging iron.
He waved his hand, bawling, "Put your helm down—you're forging ahead!"
A man goes to prison for stealing or forging, and so does a woman.
I succeeded beyond my expectations in forging an important link.
This man is a deal too shrewd to have done any of the forging himself.
Only the officer held his own, for he was now forging ahead of the Africans.
In carving, the hand of a countess; in forging, a blacksmith's arm.
I have a warrant for your arrest, Silva, on a charge of forging and uttering.