View definitions for remedial



Discover More

Example Sentences

Finding a hidden network is trivial for even the most remedial of hackers anyway, so it’s always best to leave this feature turned off.

A problem for summer school, Dworkin said, is that it has historically had a reputation for being punitive and mandatory for just a few remedial students.

School districts are exploring classes that go beyond addressing learning loss and remedial work to provide social interactions and emotional support for students of every age group.

“I was in remedial math throughout elementary school,” she notes.

The report recommended that among the “remedial steps” to be taken was a written directive on certain behaviors prohibited to Miles and on others required of him.

Pointing out that Nick Denton writes and speaks like a literate adult and not like a 14-year-old in remedial English.

In his remedial English class, he wrote these comic essays that the teacher actually read aloud in class.

If their students need lots of remedial instruction, the school can extend the school day, the school week, or the school year.

Plus, more Remedial Readers of Richard Russo, Stephen King and John McPhee.

Plus, more Remedial Readers of Stephen King and John McPhee.

And the factor of spontaneous improvement irrespective of all remedial measures is also ignored.

Every good political institution must have a preventive operation as well as a remedial.

But this is now known to be not the true remedial process with respect to the zymotic germs.

No ameliorative, no palliative, no restrictive, no remedial measure will avail.

The new view is a social view, which seeks in all movements, whether of research or of remedial action, for the common welfare.

Synonym of the Day

Which one is a synonym for nurse?Get the answer

Start each day with the Synonym of the Day in your inbox!

By clicking "Sign Up", you are accepting Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policies.

On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to remedial, such as: corrective, therapeutic, alleviative, antidotal, antiseptic, and curative.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.