amend[ uh-mend ]SEE DEFINITION OF amend
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AMEND
I was for going to Wiscasset, like two prodigals, own our fault, and endeavour to amend.
A proof of each of the songs that I compose or amend I shall receive as a favour.
Let us amend it as soon as possible, only in this case let me pay for the drinks.
We forgave all his misconduct, and my husband talked to him and implored him to amend.
Alter, amend, add to or take away from them, exactly as you think best.
But he saw the blunder, and hastened to amend the error as best he might.
Do gentlemen claim it is unconstitutional to amend the Constitution?
When any one has done a wrong that he can not amend, the only manly course is to confess.
"I should amend the motion by suggesting that we all go to bed," laughed he.
Thus we may amend by art what nature, if left to herself, would mar.