This he now ordered to reenforce his left, which had been advancing along the southern slopes of the Tzer range.
There was no time even to call a single man of the Folk to reenforce him.
Moreover, a new factor had come in to reenforce the soldier's instinctive preference for gentlemen over shopkeepers.
Dallas called, moving a kitchen table to reenforce the lock.
There was an imperative call for American aid to reenforce the French along the Marne and on the western side of the salient.
Increases in appropriations are necessary and will be asked for in order to reenforce these offices.
The open sea behind gave opportunity to Heraclius to reenforce the garrison continually.
In 1642, to reenforce these ministers, came three more from New England, actively averse to conformity.
The captured pieces served to reenforce the artillery of the forts of La Punta and Morro.
Consequently Ontario, which produced most men proportionately, was called upon to reenforce units credited to other provinces.
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.