Definition of reformed
1 : changed for the better
2 capitalized : protestant; specifically : of or relating to the chiefly Calvinist Protestant churches formed in various continental European countries
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In 2001, Erdogan established the AKP as a reformed Islamist party.
This might require dynamic scoring — calculating that reformed incentives will stimulate economic growth — to project implausible growth rates.
But the reformed process would also mean something else — one country would literally be first and the other country second.
Following a 16-year break, Rosser stepped into the reformed Whigs lineup after years of playing with singer Greg Dulli in a series of side projects, including The Twilight Singers and The Gutter Twins.
Missy's reformed ways are dreadfully unsettling for the Master.
The reformed grunge giants were on tour and performed on Wednesday night.
The Los Angeles Police Department is widely regarded as a reformed force, after many community demands for more oversight and a consent decree was reached with the federal Department of Justice.
The Los Angeles Police Department is widely regarded as a reformed force, after many community demands for more oversight were made and a consent decree was reached with the federal Department of Justice.
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