Ameliorative [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Ameliorative:

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

We may hazard a guess that most of the programme of ameliorative measures was the work of Engels, and perhaps the final section.

It is emotional, altruistic, at best ameliorative, aiming to meet the individual situation as it arises and presents itself.

He talked in a straightforward way with his villagers, reduced a number of rents and spent money freely in ameliorative work.

There is among them a fine lite which responds to the appeal of the ideal and is found in every kind of ameliorative work.

A new Irish mind has now to be taken into account, and to be made part of any ameliorative Irish policy.

Something "to go on with" is a great ameliorative, especially when one is hungry and tired.

Continuity of ameliorative effort is the sole enthusiasm that can serve the cause of improvement.