To heal (someone sick); to cure (a disease etc.). (verb)
To make a formal alteration in legislation by adding, deleting, or rephrasing. (verb)
Examples of word amend
Care should be exercised in wording the sections providing for amending the constitution, etc., to avoid such tautology as Â”amend, or add to, or repeal, Â” or Â”alter or amend, Â” or Â”amend or in any way change.
Let the reform begin .... amend, fix, add to, subtract from, but let the reform of health care begin.
_ -- The legitimate use of a motion to amend is to correct or improve the original motion or resolution; but a motion properly before an assembly may be altered in _any_ way; even so as to turn it entirely from its original purpose, unless some rule or law shall exist to prevent this subversion.
God at all, -- he pledges himself to give up his bad habits; to repent and amend, which is just what he has no mind to do.
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