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reformer

noun re·form·er \ri-ˈfr-mər\

: a person who works to change and improve a society, government, etc.

Full Definition of REFORMER

1
:  one that works for or urges reform
2
capitalized :  a leader of the Protestant Reformation
3
:  an apparatus for cracking oils or gases to form specialized products

First Known Use of REFORMER

1526

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