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forge rate
(Noun) The tool used by a blacksmith, farrier, and some jewelers to heat metals prior to working them. Traditional forges consist of a fire-pot, which holds the fuel (such as coal, charcoal, dung, etc.), with an air feed in the bottom or the side to provide a temperature-increasing oxygen blast. While coal (and to a lesser extent, charcoal) forges are still common, many modern forges are instead fueled by natural gas, and are thus different in construction from their solid-fuel counterparts.
Usage: The blacksmith heated a bar of iron in his forge.

forge rate
(Verb) To move ahead.
Usage: The pioneers forged westward.

forge rate
(Verb) To counterfeit something.
forge rate
(Verb) to smelt iron or steel
forge rate
(Verb) to create something by hammering it
FORGE rate
(Abbreviation) For Ourselves Reworking Gender Expression

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