Reform [verb]

Definition of Reform:

correct, rectify

Opposite/Antonyms of Reform:

Sentence/Example of Reform:

This was in part owing to the readjustment of seats according to the Reform Bill.

With the year 1869 Mr. Gladstone entered upon a great period of Reform.

He told her that certain responsibilities were hers, but that she could not reform the world.

Many were the efforts to reform the abuses which crept into the monastic houses.

The book was timely and told efficiently on the reform in this country.

Now a mint was set up in Eden Vale, and the coinage underwent a reform.

If every one would see To his own reformation, How very easily You might reform a nation.

A reform with regard to umbrellas has lately been attempted.

If we have evolved the wrong women and men, then any reform of marriage is vain.

All the facts seem to me to point in another direction for reform.