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Definition of "forged" []

  • Of or relating to metals that have been shaped by heating and hammering (adjective)
  • Of or relating to that which has been fraudulently imitated (adjective)
  • Fake (as documents) (adjective)

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  • Fabricated by forging or at a forge, by working hot metal (adjective)
  • Past participle of forge To force forward against opposition. (verb)

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Use "forged" in a sentence
  • "The label forged a balance between fostering new Spanish musicians and distributing music from independent European labels such as ECM, Hannibal, Cherry Red, Rough Trade and Factory Records whose boss"
  • "The atmosphere in their stadium was like a furnace of fury forged from the shipyards nearby."
  • "The optimism of the 60s had dissolved: there was no more talk of a classless society or a Britain forged in the white heat of a technological revolution."