a revised orthography intended to simplify the spelling of English words, especially to eliminate unpronounced letters, as by substituting thru for through, tho for though, slo for slow, etc.
noun 1. a person devoted to bringing about reform, as in politics or society. 2. (initial capital letter) any of the leaders of the Reformation. verb (used with or without object) 1. to form again. verb 1. to form anew
noun 1. an English salt-glazed stoneware flask of the early 19th century formed as an effigy of one of the figures connected with the Reform Bill of 1832.
noun 1. a person who advocates or practices reform; reformer. 2. a member of any reformed denomination. adjective 3. Also, reformistic. of or belonging to a movement for reform. noun 1. a doctrine or movement advocating reform, esp political or religious reform, rather than abolition
noun 1. a Jew who adheres to a system of religious worship adapted from Orthodox Judaism to meet the demands of contemporary life, frequently simplifying or rejecting traditional religious law and custom.