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synonyms for rectifications

  • advance
  • advancement
  • change
  • development
  • enhancement
  • gain
  • growth
  • increase
  • progress
  • recovery
  • renovation
  • revision
  • rise
  • upgrade
  • amelioration
  • amendment
  • augmentation
  • betterment
  • civilization
  • correction
  • cultivation
  • elevation
  • enrichment
  • furtherance
  • meliorism
  • preferment
  • progression
  • promotion
  • rally
  • reclamation
  • rectification
  • reformation
  • regeneration
  • upbeat
  • upswing
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antonyms for rectifications

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  • decline
  • decrease
  • deterioration
  • diminishment
  • failure
  • halt
  • loss
  • retreat
  • retrogression
  • stagnation
  • stop
  • stoppage
  • demotion
  • worsening
  • damage
  • diminishing
  • harm
  • hurt
  • injury
  • weakening
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How to use rectifications in a sentence

The general reader, as a rule, is but moderately interested in minor rectifications.
DE LIBRIS: PROSE AND VERSEAUSTIN DOBSON
On all the points named in the above summary he supplies most important rectifications.
THE CONTEMPORARY REVIEW, VOLUME 36, DECEMBER 1879VARIOUS
The narrative published by Verdun de la Crenne, like that of Fleurien, abounds in rectifications of every kind.
CELEBRATED TRAVELS AND TRAVELLERSJULES VERNE
By one or more rectifications it becomes colourless and limpid.
COOLEY'S PRACTICAL RECEIPTS, VOLUME IIARNOLD COOLEY
The slight frontier rectifications which we receive are not annexations.
CURRENT HISTORY: A MONTHLY MAGAZINE OF THE NEW YORK TIMES, MAY 1918VARIOUS
As for no annexations, Count Czernin claims that all he has done is to carry out slight frontier rectifications.
CURRENT HISTORY: A MONTHLY MAGAZINE OF THE NEW YORK TIMES, MAY 1918VARIOUS
After many transfers and rectifications, the district was in 1863 finally constituted as it at present stands.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 15, SLICE 3VARIOUS
Useful additions and rectifications will be found in the Jewish World, 11th September 1885.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 2, SLICE 2VARIOUS
In the foot notes, the reader has seen the rectifications; and, in the passages which are bracketed, he has seen the erasures.
THE LIFE OF THE REV. GEORGE WHITEFIELD, VOLUME I (OF 2)LUKE TYERMAN
Successive rectifications of this oil furnish another phenomenon confirming our theory.
ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY,ANTOINE LAVOISIER
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