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Synonym: crusadermelioristreformistsocial reformerSimilar words: reformformerperformerformerlyreformationprotestant reformationcare forthereforeMeaning: ['rɪː'fɔrmə(r) /-'fɔːm-]  n. 1. a disputant who advocates reform 2. an apparatus that reforms the molecular structure of hydrocarbons to produce richer fuel. 
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1 He is ticketed as a zealous reformer.
2 He was known as a radical reformer/thinker/politician.
3 He typifies the uncompromising reformer.
4 He is a militant reformer.
5 She is at heart an ardent reformer.
6 The old professor is a famous reformer.
7 Your argument presupposes that Dickens was a social reformer.
8 The reformer soon gathered a band of followers round him.
9 But is he an economic reformer?
10 Smith's aide-de-camp, Jack Cunningham,[] is another electoral reformer.
11 Losh was an active reformer and philanthropist.
12 He is a reformer with an outspoken commitment to civil society, social justice, the rule of law and expanded freedom.
13 It allows Mr Yeltsin to put a reformer into this influential position.
14 The Republicans were expected to run a blue-ribbon reformer(, so the Democrats decided to do the same.
15 The young reformer has attacked previously untouchable sectors such as the energy monopolies and housing subsidies.
16 But behind the scenes the 86-year-old reformer is believed to be working to bring his economic programme back to life.
17 Buddha was a social reformer who condemned India's caste system.
18 Alfred McClung Lee is a reformer in his community action.
19 In retrospect, he stands out as a reformer of Hinduism, somewhat like Buddha.
20 Harold Ickes, a veteran reformer, was Secretary of the Interior.
21 These efforts would seem pitifully inadequate to a modern social reformer.
22 Even at the end of 1857, however, depicting the tsar as a committed reformer is unwise.
23 Tymoshenko is the most dynamic, and won a reputation as a reformer as energy minister.
24 This was Edmund Gordon, a distinguished black psychologist and educational reformer who briefly replaced Jeffries as department chairman.
25 Some of this thought spills over into adolescent behavior, and we often see the adolescent in the role of reformer.
26 Maconochie was a pioneer in unrelated disciplines but it was as a penal reformer that he was most influential.
27 True adaptation to society comes automatically when the adolescent reformer attempts to put his ideas to work.
28 This second great spurt of legislation consolidated Roosevelt's reputation as a reformer and helped to ensure his re-election in 1936.
29 There was no point in being a mere political reformer intent on changing laws and state institutions to make social conditions better.
30 The legislative victory also burnished Putin's credentials as an economic reformer.
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