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synonyms for rectification

  • amends
  • atonement
  • compensation
  • eye for an eye
  • indemnification
  • indemnity
  • lex talionis
  • meed
  • payback
  • quid pro quo
  • reciprocity
  • recompense
  • reparation
  • restitution
  • retaliation
  • tit for tat
  • tooth for a tooth
See also synonyms for: rectifications
  • development
  • advance
  • upgrade
  • recovery
  • rise
  • advancement
  • increase
  • growth
  • enhancement
  • progress
  • revision
  • renovation
  • change
  • gain
  • amendment
  • cultivation
  • elevation
  • augmentation
  • progression
  • upbeat
  • correction
  • reclamation
  • regeneration
  • reformation
  • furtherance
  • civilization
  • rally
  • amelioration
  • promotion
  • betterment
  • enrichment
  • upswing
  • preferment
  • meliorism
  • amendment
  • repair
  • emendation
  • mending
  • reparation
  • indemnification
  • alteration
  • improvement
  • redress
  • amelioration
  • modification
  • changing
  • remodeling
  • reexamination
  • editing
  • revisal
  • amending
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How to use rectification in a sentence

A 'profound revolution'The scope and velocity of the society-wide rectification has some worried China may be at the beginning of the kind of cultural and ideological upheaval that has brought the country to a standstill before.
XI JINPING’S CRACKDOWN ON EVERYTHING IS REMAKING CHINESE SOCIETYLILY KUOSEPTEMBER 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
And what is wanting in such is principally the rectification of their views: their endeavours are harmonious and consistent.
THE ORDINANCE OF COVENANTINGJOHN CUNNINGHAM
Hence the large expenses attending rectification, which produce fine alcohols necessarily at an elevated price.
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With the cost of a single distillation we have, at once, distillation and rectification, or a single expense for two results.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT NO. 299VARIOUS
The history of the drainage of the fens and the rectification of its river courses is a long and complicated one.
THE RIVERS OF GREAT BRITAIN: RIVERS OF THE EAST COASTVARIOUS
During stage L an apparent rectification of the cranial flexure commences, and is completed by stage Q.
THE WORKS OF FRANCIS MAITLAND BALFOUR, VOLUME 1FRANCIS MAITLAND BALFOUR
Fever is itself a succor; it is a rectification when it does not kill.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 5 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
It only amounted to a rectification of the inadequacies of the past.
THE BRITISH STATE TELEGRAPHSHUGO RICHARD MEYER
The arki is named dang after its first rectification; arza, after the second; khortsa, after the third.
THE MIRROR OF LITERATURE, AMUSEMENT, AND INSTRUCTIONVARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO RECTIFICATION

  • alteration
  • amelioration
  • betterment
  • change
  • correction
  • enhancement
  • improvement
  • mending
  • modification
  • rectification
  • reform
  • reformation
  • remedy
  • repair
  • revision
  • alteration
  • amelioration
  • amending
  • amendment
  • changing
  • editing
  • emendation
  • improvement
  • indemnification
  • mending
  • modification
  • rectification
  • redress
  • reexamination
  • remodeling
  • repair
  • reparation
  • revisal
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