altered[ awl-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF altered
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALTERED
They are too deeply rooted in the principles of our national life to be altered.
"My letter to you was not signed, I believe," said Vivian, in an altered voice.
How altered and defaced by the putrifying touch of mortality!
Finally, the quantity of some words has been altered to the values currently accepted as correct.
"And I that I were poor," said Evelyn, with an altered tone and expression of countenance.
He lifted a face so wan, so altered, that the doctor started.
As to him, sir, and his opinions, I know he's a altered man.
"You are a good man and a true friend," said Carton, in an altered voice.
Never was any human being so altered in her looks in so short a time.
His plans were like a weather-vane, altered by every breeze.