Antonyms
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1. amend

verb. ['əˈmɛnd'] make amendments to.

Antonyms

  • unpin

Etymology

  • amender (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • emendo (Latin)

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Rhymes with Amend

  • overextend
  • comprehend
  • condescend
  • transcend
  • recommend
  • landsend
  • apprehend
  • suspend
  • reoffend
  • pretend
  • portend
  • misspend
  • extend
  • expend
  • echemende
  • distend
  • contend
  • befriend
  • yearend
  • unbend
  • relend
  • intend
  • impend
  • descend
  • depend
  • defend
  • commend
  • backend
  • trend
  • spend

Sentences with amend


1. Noun, singular or mass
Other types of motion amend main motions, postpone motions or bring up urgent matters.

2. Verb, base form
Advise the clerk that you would like to amend the name that appears on the child's birth certificate.

3. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
If your soil is sandy or clayey, amend with compost or peat moss as needed.

2. amend

verb. ['əˈmɛnd'] to make better.

Synonyms

  • fix
  • polish
  • touch on
  • condition
  • embellish
  • alter
  • make pure
  • improve
  • straighten out
  • regenerate
  • distill
  • purify
  • emend
  • doctor
  • mend
  • revitalize
  • fine-tune
  • enhance
  • enrich
  • turn around
  • change
  • beautify
  • educate
  • ameliorate
  • perfect
  • lift
  • build
  • bushel
  • furbish up
  • aid
  • down
  • reform
  • alleviate
  • upgrade
  • build up
  • put right
  • hone
  • prettify
  • restore
  • fancify
  • iron out
  • relieve
  • palliate
  • develop
  • raise
  • better
  • fructify
  • assuage
  • meliorate
  • modify
  • refine
  • sublimate
  • repair
  • advance

Antonyms

  • uglify
  • break
  • deprive
  • unwire

Etymology

  • amender (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • emendo (Latin)

3. amend

verb. ['əˈmɛnd'] set straight or right.

Synonyms

  • rectify
  • right
  • repair
  • correct
  • remediate

Antonyms

  • nonworker
  • inactivity
  • disservice
  • act

Etymology

  • amender (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • emendo (Latin)
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