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When I reached the eighth step, I put Kim’s name on my amends list, knowing it would ruin me—I’d been doing so well, but I was starting to think about what I don’t deserve, so I wrote her name down.

Many fans feel that streaming services give a raw deal to musicians, and want to make amends for using them.

In other words, Congress amends bill it passed a few years ago.

Make amends to those you live with, go back to work, enjoy getting to eat meat again.

Cordle fessed up, manned up, and made amends as best he could.

The hip-hop mogul tells Lloyd Grove he plans to make amends for his Harriet Tubman sex video joke and take Tinseltown by storm.

Leucippe herself goes far to make amends for the general insipidity of the other characters.

But in the campaign of 1814 he made amends for all his former blunders, and his fighting record stands high indeed.

In such case the defendant was empowered to plead the facts in extenuation, and also to pay money into court by way of amends.

She rightly conjectured that the girl was already ashamed of her sharpness, and wished to make amends in some way.

He is rather prone to personal abuse, but makes ample amends to those who will put up with it.


On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to amends, such as: apology, redress, reparation, restitution, atonement, and expiation.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.