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adjective as in amendatory

adjective as in curable


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His reparative spell at the end of No Way Home, while saving the world, probably has wide-ranging effects that he feels responsible for.

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The Christian ‘reparative’ therapy group ruined the lives of untold numbers of gay people.

A brief background: Reparative therapy exists to explain why, if God hates gay people so much, they exist in the first place?

I have no doubt many of them would prefer that reparative therapy actually worked.

If someone wants to try reparative therapy to help them live according to the rules, Rosenbluth said, they should have the right.

The Torah Declaration also claims that the Torah doesn't merely sanction reparative therapy—it mandates it.

A reparative period of about four days follows, and then a period of quiescence until the next menstruation commences.

What has been done has been reparative, and all in the best taste.

No doubt this was the boon by which the reparative Chamber would signalise its joyous advent.

Sleep and quiet are essential features of nature's reparative process.

This reparative power is possessed by some other animals, of which the starfishes and crustacea are the most familiar instances.

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On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reparative, such as: bettering, emendatory, improving, rectifying, reformative, and reformatory.

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