Serving or tending to amend; corrective.(adjective)
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Use "amendatory" in a sentence
"Quinn has repeatedly pointed out to reporters that he has the power to strengthen the bill by rewriting it -- a so-called amendatory veto."
"The senators would then vote only on the amendatory bill."
"We initially note that “a presumption normally arises that a change in law was intended when new provisions are added to prior legislation by an amendatory act” or “existing rights” are “withdraw [n] ... [from an] act.”"