The family is the great fiery furnace in which people are forged.
Another type altogether, forged from a different metal, more businessman than dissident, more cynic than militant?
Someone has added a small Saltire to one of the wreaths, paying tribute to a shared history that was forged in battle.
Nevertheless, Lincoln and Stanton forged a superbly effective partnership.
This is where the scenes that will eventually make up the movie are forged.
Yet I do not say that some one hath not forged such a contract.
He gave his orders and she forged ahead to round the whistler.
Columbus languished in chains, forged by the nation he had made renowned; but no chains can bind the towering fame his genius won.
Do you mean to insinuate that I have altered or forged the letters?
With pistol ready he forged slowly ahead toward the cavern of the Living Dead.
late 14c., "a smithy," from Old French forge (12c.) "forge, smithy," earlier faverge, from Latin fabrica "workshop," from faber (genitive fabri) "workman in hard materials, smith" (see fabric). As the heating apparatus itself, from late 15c.
c.1300, "to make, shape, create," from Old French forgier, from Latin fabricari "to frame, construct, build," from fabrica "workshop" (see forge (n.)). Meaning "to counterfeit" is early 14c. Related: Forged; forging.