Amendments [noun]

Definition of Amendments:

correction, improvement

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Sentence/Example of Amendments:

The text of the amendments designed to carry out these recommendations will be submitted by the Board at an early date.

South Carolina adopted the federal constitution, recommending amendments, being the 8th state in succession; votes 149 to 73.

New Hampshire adopted the federal constitution, recommending amendments, being the ninth state to do so; votes 57 to 46.

Virginia adopted the constitution of the United States, recommending amendments; tenth state which ratified that document.

Then we should be able to make amendments, to ask for conferences, to give and receive explanations.

In the committee multifarious amendments were proposed, but without success.

Further amendments proposed by the conservative peers were agreed to without much discussion, and without any division.

The commons, on receiving the bill back again, agreed to all the amendments except two.

Thus amended, the bill passed the lords, and the amendments were afterwards agreed to unanimously by the commons.

With respect to the registration of voters great amendments had been made.