View definitions for reinforcing


Discover More

Example Sentences

And the private “chapel” reportedly gives its newlyweds a conservative Christian CD with hetero-reinforcing marriage sermons.

In May, the IRGC declared that it was taking over responsibility of border police and is reinforcing border posts.

And fear is a difficult thing to counter, especially when their leaders are reinforcing that fear at every turn.

The song has been accused of reinforcing rape culture and the undermining of women.

Finally, a kind of self-reinforcing stinginess perhaps best explains the lack of Medals of Honor.

Meantime Russia's difficulties, of which Napoleon remained ignorant, kept her from reinforcing her army to the proper size.

It will be noted that the pistons have two deep but thin ribs reinforcing the head.

They were half-inch concrete reinforcing bars about six feet long.

I started, as usual, by selecting an iron reinforcing bar and tying it into a four-in-hand around my neck.

And the ascetic class serve the purpose of reinforcing general temperance by their example.


On this page you'll find 108 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reinforcing, such as: advancement, evolution, expansion, improvement, increase, and progress.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.