ameliorating

[ uh-meel-yuh-reyt, uh-mee-lee-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF ameliorating

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In every region of life its ameliorating influence was felt.

The socialists have not been willing to recognize any ameliorating conditions.

This is God's philanthropy; this is His mode of ameliorating man's condition.

They have proved teachable and yield to ameliorating influences.

And what has been accomplished in a century in ameliorating the native grapes?

"That's a lot of ameliorating influence," one of the officers laughed.

We have the same account of the ameliorating Act of Dominica.

The sight of this determined Mrs. Johnston to devote herself to the work of ameliorating their condition.

But in very many other instances of the disease, this medicine had no ameliorating effects.

One of the most important ways of ameliorating land is to work vegetable matter into it so as to give it humus.

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