verb (used with object), re·en·forced, re·en·forc·ing, noun
verb (used with object), re·in·forced, re·in·forc·ing.
Origin of reinforce
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They start south but perhaps they turn, and go to re-enforce the centre.The Boy Scouts on the Trail
By it man learns to re-enforce the moments by the hours, and the days by the years.The Moral Instruction of Children
The garrison of that city was reduced as much as possible to re-enforce his column.Camp-Fire and Cotton-Field
Thomas W. Knox
Are these mainly ornamental or do they re-enforce the thought?Autobiography and Selected Essays
Thomas Henry Huxley
Turkey has been trying to send fresh troops to the island to re-enforce her present army.