reformed

adjective re·formed \ ri-ˈfȯrmd \
Updated on: 11 Dec 2017

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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First Known Use of reformed

circa 1538



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