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reformed

[ ri-fawrmd ]
/ rɪˈfɔrmd /
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adjective

amended by removal of faults, abuses, etc.
improved in conduct, morals, etc.
(initial capital letter) noting or pertaining to Protestant churches, especially Calvinist as distinguished from Lutheran.

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Origin of reformed

First recorded in 1555–65; reform + -ed2
re·form·ed·ly [ri-fawr-mid-lee], /rɪˈfɔr mɪd li/, adverbpseu·do·re·formed, adjectivequa·si-re·formed, adjectiveun·re·formed, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for reformed

Reformed
/ (rɪˈfɔːmd) /

adjective

of or designating a Protestant Church, esp the Calvinist as distinct from the Lutheran
of or designating Reform Judaism
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