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Definition of "amended" []

  • To improve; change for the better (verb)
  • To remove faults from; correct (verb)
  • To alter or revise (legislation, a constitution, etc) by formal procedure (verb)
  • Referring to a version that has been modified from a previous form. (adjective)

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  • Simple past tense and past participle of amend. (verb)

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Use "amended" in a sentence
  • "'amended*, acts of 1935, is hereby amended by adding at the end the following clause: —; provided, however, that no constable or special constable shall stop or arrest any person for viola - tion of a motor vehicle law unless such constable or special constable is in uniform or displays his badge conspicuously on the outside of his outer coat or garment."
  • "The bill was read the third time under a suspension of the rules and passed, the title amended by inserting after Noxubee, Winston and Washington counties."
  • "To incorporate the Montgomery Ouard Association of * the city of Boston; and In relation to qualification of voters (amended on motions of Messrs. Babson and Pillsbury of Boston and Dunham of Pittsfield, and the title amended on motion of the first-named gentleman to read ** Bill requiring overseers of the poor to make certain returns'*); and Resolves:"