Forged - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈfɔːrdʒd|  American pronunciation of the word forged
Brit.  |fɔːdʒd|  British pronunciation of the word forged
- this word is a past tense form of the verbto forge
- this word is a past participle form of the verbto forge

adjective

- reproduced fraudulently(syn: bad)

a forged twenty dollar bill

Examples

Experts have determined that the signature was forged.

In 1776 the United States forged an alliance with France.

The two women had forged a close bond.

Someone stole my credit card and forged my signature.

Crowds of people forged through the streets towards the embassy.

He forged into the lead in the fourth set.

Her speech wasn't going down too well, but she forged on.

The ship forged ahead through the thin ice.

Organizers of the project hope that international links will be forged.

Someone's forged my signature (=made an illegal copy of my name to deceive people) on this letter.

They are charged with using forged documents.

Frank had forged the University seal.

The ship forged ahead through heavy seas.

He sold forged notes to a plant which led to his untimely end.

She forged a Green Card

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