Reformed [adjective]

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It must not be supposed that this spring day in the spring places had reformed his manner of delivery.

The consequence was that many of the workhouses were reformed and improved.

Why not add one good one to your account, by risking your life for the reformed faith?'

He can only be reformed by showing him a new idea which commands his own.

And if one can not be reformed by them, it is proof positive that he ought not to be at large.

The procession was then reformed and went in the same order to the tomb.

The line was then reformed with the Sixth on the left of the Fifth.

They cut off my head before my partisans, believing that thus I will be reformed.

The Albigenses were a people of the reformed religion, who inhabited the country of Albi.

He was to serve as a hostage for the obedience of the reformed churches.