modification[ mod-uh-fi-key-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF modification
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MODIFICATION
No modification of the divine certainty, the entire truth, is possible.
As you say, however, it is not a change but only a modification, since the root idea is the same in each.
It may be asked how far I extend the doctrine of the modification of species.
It was a modification of the high-liner ball-control, and it was new.
He searched ahead on the hillside above him for a modification of its slope.
Since his arrival in Sulaco the colonel's ideas had undergone some modification.
Such a modification must necessarily have taken place to some extent.
It is the best way yet, though with a modification it would be better!
Two circumstances were responsible for the modification of this procedure.
It seems to be composed of reason,—attention,—and a modification of conception.