The re-enforce is strengthened by two rows of steel hoops; the trunnion hoops form one of the outer layers.
They start south but perhaps they turn, and go to re-enforce the centre.
By it man learns to re-enforce the moments by the hours, and the days by the years.
Are these mainly ornamental or do they re-enforce the thought?
The second and third lines are ordered to re-enforce the first as occasion requires.
Jackson had sent four hundred men to re-enforce Morgan, but there was now no need of their services.
The general results of these attempts was to re-enforce the validity of sound scientific method within its own sphere.
Do you think it would be amiss to re-enforce argument with a few good blows of a cudgel?
Turkey has been trying to send fresh troops to the island to re-enforce her present army.
The tie, of course, is simply to re-enforce the strain on the graft and hold it.
reinforce re·in·force (rē'ĭn-fôrs')
v. re·in·forced, re·in·forc·ing, re·in·forc·es
To give more force or effectiveness to something; strengthen.
To reward an individual, especially an experimental subject, with a reinforcer subsequent to a desired response or performance.
To stimulate a response by means of a reinforcer.