Definition of Ameliorative

1. Adjective. Tending to ameliorate.




Definition of Ameliorative

1. a. Tending to ameliorate; producing amelioration or improvement; as, ameliorative remedies, efforts.

Definition of Ameliorative

1. Adjective. Able to repair or ameliorate. ¹

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Definition of Ameliorative

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ameliorative

ameli
amelias
ameling
ameliorable
ameliorant
ameliorate
ameliorated
ameliorates
amelioratin'
ameliorating
ameliorating(a)
amelioratingly
amelioration
ameliorations
ameliorative (current term)
ameliorative waste
ameliorator
ameliorators
amelioratory
amelled
amelo-
ameloblast
ameloblastic adenomatoid tumour
ameloblastic fibroma
ameloblastic fibrosarcoma
ameloblastic layer
ameloblastic odontoma
ameloblastic sarcoma
ameloblastin

Literary usage of Ameliorative

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1. Working Women of Japan by Sidney Lewis Gulick (1915)
"CHAPTER XII ameliorative EFFORTS t~ I \HE reader will desire to know what, if •*• any, have been the efforts to ameliorate the evils described in preceding ..."

2. Economic Development of Modern Europe by Frederic Austin Ogg (1917)
"Beginnings of ameliorative Legislation: Peel's " Health and Morals" Act, 1802. The delusion was a comfortable one, and England abandoned it with extreme ..."

3. Juvenile Offenders by William Douglas Morrison (1897)
"... not deter—Why punishment is ineffective—Punishment does not remove the conditions which produce crime— The ameliorative method of dealing with juvenile ..."

4. Dynamic Sociology, Or Applied Social Science, as Based Upon Statical by Lester Frank Ward (1883)
"... of government—Superficial character of historical and political events—ameliorative function of government—The two opposite schools of sociologists, ..."

5. Dynamic Sociology: Or Applied Social Science by Lester Frank Ward (1897)
"... historical and political events—ameliorative function of government—The two opposite schools of sociologists, both of which avoid the vital question ..."

6. The Mystery of Miracles: A Scientific and Philosophical Investigation by Joseph William Reynolds (1881)
"Our own advance in the glorious products of thought and art is somewhat akin to the ameliorative process that is being wrought in the earth. ..."

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