meliorate

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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MELIORATE

The Skipper did his best to meliorate the harsh native methods with dumb things.

Every attempt to meliorate his manners and Indian notions, has failed.

Rather let us say that that is very natural which nature permits us to meliorate in her handiwork.

There is room enough in this country for us; and if they be our friends, let them meliorate our condition here.

To shorten and meliorate your way, I have determined to sacrifice every inferior consideration.

They refine the mind, they elevate views, they meliorate passions and keep alive affections.

Will this rapid intellectual progress tend ultimately to meliorate the condition of mankind?

I have no interest distinct from that which has a tendency to meliorate the situation of mankind.

Such men as Gladstone and Bright, who are seeking by wise legislation to remove or meliorate the evils of centuries of injustice.

They must suppress the workings of British philanthropy, seeking to meliorate the condition of the unfortunate West Indian slave.

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