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noun as in adjustment; fixing

noun as in discipline

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Example Sentences

A spokesperson for the Oklahoma Department of Corrections declined to comment on the lawsuit for this story.

At 6.23 p.m., a doctor administered the first drug, which corrections officials identified as the sedative midazolam.

No corrections officer has yet come forth to speak of what happened that night.

For a corrections officer, a tour of duty can feel like serving time.

Upon retirement, the average corrections officer will survive eighteen months.

The corrections here made in the text are necessary to the sense.

The corrections made are indicated in the text by dotted lines under the corrections.

Then compare the drawing with the model without using the wire, and make final corrections.

Transcriber's Notes: No corrections of typographical or other errors have been made to this text.

Minor punctuation and capitalization corrections have been made; the word “eat” appears in the original (versus “ate”).


On this page you'll find 52 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to corrections, such as: amendment, repair, emendation, mending, reparation, and indemnification.

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