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See definition of revisal on Dictionary.com
  • as inrevision
  • as inemendation
  • as incorrection

synonyms for revisal

  • alteration
  • amendment
  • improvement
  • modification
  • reconsideration
  • reexamination
  • review
  • correction
  • editing
  • emendation
  • homework
  • polish
  • rectification
  • redaction
  • redraft
  • rescript
  • retrospect
  • retrospection
  • revise
  • updating
  • afterlight
  • overhauling
  • recension
  • rectifying
  • reediting
  • restyling
  • amendment
  • repair
  • emendation
  • mending
  • reparation
  • indemnification
  • alteration
  • improvement
  • redress
  • amelioration
  • modification
  • changing
  • remodeling
  • reexamination
  • rectification
  • editing
  • amending
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antonyms for revisal

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  • worsening
    • spoiling
    • petting
    • permissiveness
    • coddling
    • allowance
    • goof
    • worsening
    • indulgence
    • mistake
    • blunder
    • injury
    • hurt
    • harm
    • damage
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    How to use revisal in a sentence

    We should never substitute, beyond the power of revisal, the opinion of a past generation for the opinion of a living generation.
    THOUGHTS ON EDUCATIONAL TOPICS AND INSTITUTIONSGEORGE S. BOUTWELL
    Do these events any wise affect your theory, or will it occasion the revisal of any chapters?
    LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF DAVID HUME, VOLUME II (OF 2)JOHN HILL BURTON
    Twenty-five years of experience under varying forms of government lay behind the revisal.
    VIRGINIA UNDER CHARLES I AND CROMWELL, 1625-1660WILCOMB E. WASHBURN
    For this purpose those of the civil Government, the Army, and Navy will need revisal.
    A COMPILATION OF THE MESSAGES AND PAPERS OF THE PRESIDENTSEDITED BY JAMES D. RICHARDSON
    I can not omit recommending a revisal of the laws on the subject of naturalization.
    A COMPILATION OF THE MESSAGES AND PAPERS OF THE PRESIDENTSEDITED BY JAMES D. RICHARDSON
    This revisal or correction is a constant force, which, as a tendency, reaches through our lifetime.
    ESSAYS, FIRST SERIESRALPH WALDO EMERSON
    It was evident to Percy that there had been a 'revisal' of the earlier poem, attended by 'considerable improvements.'
    THE ROMANTIC SCOTTISH BALLADS: THEIR EPOCH AND AUTHORSHIPROBERT CHAMBERS
    There can be little confidence in a security under the constant revisal of thirteen different deliberatives.
    HISTORY OF THE ORIGIN, FORMATION, AND ADOPTION OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, VOL. 1GEORGE TICKNOR CURTIS
    After four years of the most constant application the Commission submitted in 1896 a revisal of a part of the original draft.
    THE ARENAVARIOUS
    In this revisal, the greatest legal talents in the nation were employed.
    TRAVELS IN FRANCE DURING THE YEARS 1814-1815ARCHIBALD ALISON
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    WORDS RELATED TO REVISAL

    • alteration
    • amelioration
    • amending
    • amendment
    • changing
    • editing
    • emendation
    • improvement
    • indemnification
    • mending
    • modification
    • rectification
    • redress
    • reexamination
    • remodeling
    • repair
    • reparation
    • revisal
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