verb (used with object), re·in·forced, re·in·forc·ing.
- reinecke, carl,
- reiner, fritz,
- reinforced concrete,
- reinforced plastic,
- reinforcement therapy,
Origin of reinforce
Examples from the Web for reinforce
No precautions have been taken to reinforce the ceilings, which could collapse onto the statues.
But there are dozens of new gadgets that reinforce the idea that knowledge is power.
We need to reinforce the message that decision-making, the power of choices, is also important.
“In order to reinforce and ensure safety in the municipality,” she wrote.
We wanted to reinforce the fact that we were there to help these women.The Only Thing More Terrifying Than Ebola Is Being Pregnant With Ebola|Kent Sepkowitz, Abby Haglage|October 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We were brought in to reinforce them, and after a five hours' fight the last opponents had retired as far as the Meuse.A German deserter's war experience|Anonymous
Sir Edmund Lyon sent off light steamers to reinforce the two hardy little fellows, the French steamers also rushed to the rescue.The British Expedition to the Crimea|William Howard Russell
It seems reduced almost to a certainty, that the enemy will reinforce New York with part of their troops from Virginia.
These will be required to reinforce the Expeditionary Force.Against Home Rule (1912)|Various
Here we have materials for a sweeping innovation which might, if it spread, not only simplify life but reinforce the language.