Forging

Forging,

Definition of Forging:

  1. Manufacturing process in which a piece of (usually hot) metal is formed into the desired shape by hammering, pressing, rolling, squeezing, and other such operations in one or more forging equipment.

  2. Produce a fraudulent copy or imitation of (a document, signature, banknote, or work of art).

  3. Make or shape (a metal object) by heating it in a fire or furnace and hammering it.

  4. Create (something) strong, enduring, or successful.

  5. A blacksmiths workshop; a smithy.

Synonyms of Forging

Fake, Faked, False, Counterfeit, Imitation, Reproduction, Replica, Copied, Hammer out, Beat into shape, Found, Cast, Mould, Model, Build, Build up, Construct, Form, Create, Establish, Set up, Put together

How to use Forging in a sentence?

  1. The dwarfs were busy in their mountains forging new hammers and new jewels that they would keep[ to themselves for all eternity.
  2. The forging that took place resembled molten lava as all of the workers were wearing extensive gear during the process.
  3. The signature on the cheque was forged.
  4. He forged a great suit of black armour.
  5. You must hire trained professionals that are very experienced if you need to use any sort of forging in your factory.
  6. Culm was the material most widely used in the forges by blacksmiths and large quantities of the sub-stance were imported from England and Wales for that purpose.
  7. The two women forged a close bond.

Meaning of Forging & Forging Definition