fortified :

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fawr tuh fahyd

  • v  make strong or stronger
  • v  enclose by or as if by a fortification
  • v  prepare oneself for a military confrontation
  • v  add nutrients to
    fortified milk
  • v  add alcohol to (beverages)
  • s  secured with bastions or fortifications
  • s  having something added to increase the strength
    fortified wine

  • Currently, most children get their vitamin D from fortified milk or orange juice; under the AAP's new guidelines, kids would have to drink at least four glasses a day.
  • Omega-3-fortified eggs, new on the market, contain only small amounts.
  • The structure is heavily fortified.
News & Articles


  • Bobby Murcer in New York Times
    I'm not having to battle this alone,said Murcer, 60, "but I am fortified with the most loving family, an overabundance of wonderful friends and fans and the very best class of physicians."
  • Kevin Rudd in Sydney Morning Herald
    Mr Rudd said yesterday the government's advice suggested the tax was sound: "The Commonwealth advises we're fortified in our constitutional position in that regard."
  • Prokopis Pavlopoulos in AFP
    The assailants "will soon understand that our democracy is strong and our society is fortified," Pavlopoulos told reporters.

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