Thesaurus / ameliorate

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Nicole Goodkind, politics writerI’ve read over and over that the only way to ameliorate jet lag is to get your body clock on the clock of where you are as quickly as possible.

It’s important to stick around for 15 minutes in case you have an allergic reaction so that you can be treated with epinephrine to ameliorate your symptoms.

Using technology to ameliorate the burden of technology surrounding our new remote-working lives is a great example of a grafting on a solution after the fact.

Moynihan used social science research to reveal the failures of civil rights laws to ameliorate economic and racial inequality.

But it did not ameliorate his attitude toward the visit of Keith Senior.

Rimrock TrailJ. Allan Dunn

We were told it was hopeless to make any effort to ameliorate his lot—his case was too desperate.

Still the King managed to retain his popularity, and in his own way attempted to ameliorate the lot of his subjects.

Napoleon's MarshalsR. P. Dunn-Pattison

No submission could ameliorate his temper, no opposition lend asperity to his voice.

Old and New LondonWalter Thornbury

An oil facility was formed to ameliorate the reverberating economic shock waves.

After the RainSam Vaknin

Did it inspire those who heard it with the desire to win, to sustain, to ameliorate other souls?

The Silent IsleArthur Christopher Benson

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