Synonyms for modified

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In taking his aim Kingozi modified his usual custom because of the distance.

This modified form of gambling is especially dangerous to the young.

Again, whether these evils can or cannot be modified and removed?

I came in a panic, which is still there, but in a modified degree.

Do you think the rays can be so modified as to photograph the organs of the human body?

Now they are so modified and united with each other as to be almost unrecognizable.

The constitution in the Laws is a timocracy of wealth, modified by an aristocracy of merit.

Had Firenzuola seen her, it may well be that he had altered or modified his views.

Thorpe kept a grip on the side of the trap, and had only a modified pleasure in the drive.

There is no theory which must not be modified constantly, at least in its details.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Old French modifier (14c.), from Latin modificare "to limit, measure off, restrain," from modus "measure, manner" (see mode (n.1)) + root of facere "to make" (see factitious). Related: Modified; modifying.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MODIFIED

altered

adjectivechanged
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