VERB
  1. make improvements or corrections to
    the text was emended in the second edition
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How To Use emend In A Sentence

  • His stature as an art critic was tremendous.
  • The president got a tremendous welcome at the airport.
  • Likewise, if you told an ethologist that you found a new species of primate that is closely related to chimps, she would instantly know a tremendous amount about this animal and what it might be able to do. Bunny and a Book
  • Not only was his analysis absolutely on target, he was tremendously self-assured, well spoken and telegenic.
  • It did not seem necessary to emend the satires (‘I Want a Writing Director,’ 1992; ‘Initiation Rites, Initiation Rights,’ 1991) as long as the conditions they addressed hadn't changed-and alas, they hadn't.
  • A more specific look is then taken at the Ottoman 'sanjaks' or district provinces, with the Jerusalem sanjak "as a separate entity from the other regions of Syria [being] of tremendous importance for the emergence of Palestine about fifty years later. The Israel/Palestine Question - Book Reveviw
  • High rises waste tremendous amounts of energy and probably strain sewage and other facilities. Matthew Yglesias » Density and Building Height
  • The related statute and system about the social supervision should be emended and improved and the supervision to the audit operation quality should be enhanced in many ways.
  • The reward is tremendous weight and presence; the downside emotional crudity.
  • The anniversary report is acknowledged as a tremendous achievement.
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