noun. ['rɪˈfɔrmɝ'] a disputant who advocates reform.
- civil rights worker
- freedom fighter
- flower child
- social reformer
- birth-control reformer
- civil rights activist
- passive resister
- women's liberationist
- women's rightist
- birth-control campaigner
Words that Rhyme with Reformer
How do you pronounce reformer?
Pronounce reformer as rɪˈfɔrmər.
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Example sentences of the word reformer
1. Noun, singular or mass
Have you ever done a reformer workout?
In 1911, the corrupt Qing Dynasty was finally toppled by reformer Sun Yat-Sen and China became a republic.
3. Verb, base form
If you consider yourself fully and completely addicted to reformer Pilates, this is your machine.
Quotes containing the word reformer
1. The Reformer is always right about what's wrong. However, he's often wrong about what is right.
- G.K. Chesterton
2. In marriage, each partner is to be an encourager rather than a critic; a forgiver rather than a collector of hurts; an enabler rather than a reformer.
- H. Norman Wright
3. A reformer exhorted children that they would succeed where he and his colleagues had failed with the charge: "Live for that better day.
- Barbara W. Tuchman, A Distant Mirror: The Calamitous 14th Century
noun. ['rɪˈfɔrmɝ'] an apparatus that reforms the molecular structure of hydrocarbons to produce richer fuel.
- petroleum refinery
- oil refinery