Thesaurus / re-formed
SEE DEFINITION OF re-formed
- as inchanged
- as inconverted
- as incorrected
- as inimproved
- as inreformed
- as inreformed
- as inaltered
- as inimprove
- as inmend
- as inmodify
- as inrally
- as inreconstruct
- as inrectify
- as inredress
- as inreform
- as inrehabilitate
- as inremedy
- as inrenovate
- as inrepair
- as inrepeat
- as inrepent
- as inbetter
- as inrevolutionize
- as inreclaim
- as inchange
- as inrestate
- as inconvert
- as incorrect
- as inalter
- as inamend
other words for re-formed
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The Regiment was then re-formed, and held the detached hill during the night.
THE RECORD OF A REGIMENT OF THE LINEM. JACSON
On reaching the south bank of the stream, the column was re-formed, and we advanced for some distance at a gallop.
THREE YEARS IN THE FEDERAL CAVALRYWILLARD GLAZIER
As the initial momentum of the onslaught was lost, the Allied line was re-formed with the help of French reserves under Fayolle.
WOODROW WILSON AND THE WORLD WARCHARLES SEYMOUR
The hair is not re-formed in the scars which result from ulcerated lesions of the scalp.
MANUAL OF SURGERYALEXIS THOMSON AND ALEXANDER MILES
They broke, and re-formed, but their ranks at last became confused and fled.
THE DEATH OF THE GODSDMITRI MREJKOWSKI
The procession was re-formed, and, with Marduk at the head, approached the great tent.
A KING OF TYREJAMES M. LUDLOW
They re-formed quickly and again charged, this time up the very guns of the fort.
THE BLACK PHALANXJOSEPH T. WILSON
He checked the onrushing59 foe at the point of the bayonet, and re-formed his lines under a heavy fire.
BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WARTHOMAS ELBERT VINEYARD
Shell ploughed their ranks, but they re-formed and steadily came on.
HISTORY OF THE ZULU WARA. WILMOT
Again we saw Stirling glance over the meadow and the marsh behind us as we re-formed our line.
THE TORY MAIDHERBERT BAIRD STIMPSON