corrective

[ kuh-rek-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF corrective

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORRECTIVE

He forced himself to face them regularly as a penance and a corrective.

What it needs, as its master and corrective, is dignified firmness.

Their militant social democracy was at once comical and corrective.

If it's neuralgia, get a corrective diet list from the doctor.

But democracy will not allow that it needs a corrective, and the old man, to it, is only an enemy.

When this has been done, the only corrective is a liberal application of lime.

On the other hand, her own feelings were a corrective influence.

Second, the physical ear acts as a check or corrective on the voice.

Such were my thoughts, and I laid out a line of thought as a corrective.

If his own opinion is wrong, the corrective will usually be found near at hand.

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