forge

Part of speech: verb

To shape ( heated metal), as with a hammer; shape; frame.

Part of speech: verb

To make or alter with intent to defraud.

Part of speech: verb

To be guilty of forgery.

Part of speech: noun

Forger.

Part of speech: verb

To impel forward.

Part of speech: verb

To go slowly or with difficulty.

Part of speech: noun

An open fireplace or hearth with forced draft, as for blacksmithing.

Part of speech: noun

A place where metal is forged.

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Usage examples "forge":

  1. The one thing to do was to forge ahead. - "Carnac's Folly, Volume 2.", Gilbert Parker.
  2. And there was that one who owned the mill that ground the grain for Washington and his army at Valley Forge. - "Colorado--The Bright Romance of American History", F. C. Grable.
  3. He had arrived home late one afternoon, coming up the street as if there were not an English soldier in the city, and had stayed the night in his own home, departing early the next morning for Valley Forge. - "A Little Maid of Old Philadelphia", Alice Turner Curtis.