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Definition of "reforming" []

  • Present participle of reform. (verb)
  • A catalytic process, whereby short-chain molecules are combined to make larger ones; used in the petrochemical industry. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "reforming" in a sentence
  • ""But why did you say -- what made you ever think I'd set about reforming -- that is what you said -- _reforming_ -- Brookville?"
  • "Scenes very different, yet equally revolting to the feelings of Eustace and his companions, were frequently exhibited by the fury of fanatic mobs, employed in what they called reforming the churches and cleansing them from idolatry."
  • "Anyone interested in "reforming" public education would be well advised to read this exciting page-turner."