noun, plural for·ties.
Examples from the Web for fortier
A bust of Forrest was first placed on a pedestal in the town more than a decade ago, Fortier says.
Fortier says the local reaction to her campaign has been mixed.
“I never dreamed that we might, as a town, go backwards,” says Fortier, 39, who works in a local law office.
Fortier says Friends of Forrest wants to make sure “the Old South rises again.”
Neither Nichols nor Fortier were in Junction City, Kansas, home of the Dreamland.
Safe enough for the time being, said Doctor Fortier, breaking in in quick, staccato tones.The Woman Gives|Owen Johnson
Abbé Fortier had the keys taken to his house to be sure the church should not be opened.The Royal Life Guard|Alexander Dumas (pere)
It was an embarrassing introduction, but Fortier showed wit—so he claims.
This Fortier has a mania for offering incomprehensible metaphors.
Fortier had been almoner of the old hunting-box in the woods and as such was keeper of the lumber-room.The Hero of the People|Alexandre Dumas
British Dictionary definitions for fortier
noun plural -ties
- amounting to fortyforty thieves
- (as pronoun)there were forty in the herd