1. tending to ameliorate
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How To Use ameliorative In A Sentence

  • Hopefully Mary Kate Hurley's paper on time in the Old English Orosius will have an ameliorative effect. Archive 2009-05-01
  • But does it have to be so much so, or can some (different) public policy choices have an ameliorative effect? Only Rep. Frank could go kill health care rationing… - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState
  • Many cinephiles have long been aware of the ameliorative benefits to be had by the hungover individual who avails him/herself of one or more of Sergio Leone's Spanish-shot oaters during recovery.
  • I think the ameliorative treatments have been a godsend.
  • Because these ameliorative representational arrangements are so controversial, they tend to get deployed in marginal areas or as one-shot deals.
  • And I agree, also, with her description of a more ameliorative social policy for working families.
  • Conversely, the interjection of an apology into this situation yields several ameliorative results.
  • As our awareness of the extinction crisis has grown, we have taken some ameliorative actions.
  • Hmm, not sure I want to live in a country where someone can undergo torture and then without receiving any kind of ameliorative mental treatment be considered competent to stand trial. Preventative Detention, Revisited | ATTACKERMAN
  • At a macrocosmic level, to believe in the efficacy of passing was to endorse the assumption that mobility and ameliorative (as well as destructive) potential were racially contingent.
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