Thesaurus / rectification
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Important as were their actual discoveries, their rectification of the errors of their predecessors were of yet greater value.

As they grow older they rectify their judgments, and such a rectification Judith had now to make.

In the Roar of the SeaSabine Baring-Gould

The thick matter left in the retort after the rectification of oil of amber; and which it resembles in its properties.

Not so sure that my optimist view is not open to rectification!

The operation being concluded, the whole may be allowed to cool, and the acid collected preparatory to rectification.

They were to be recompensed by a rectification of the northern and eastern frontiers of France to their advantage.

Old and New Paris, v. 1Henry Sutherland Edwards

After some time, therefore, it requires a second rectification, which again lessens its quantity.

There is the rectification of our own hearts, the revealing of Divine things within us, the transforming of our characters.

It only amounted to a rectification of the inadequacies of the past.

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