A lot of their injuries—particularly the people shot in the eyes—could have been rectified.
In most cases that, too, has been rectified—with the exception of Michael Douglas, who is one silver-haired fox.
This situation can be rectified only by detailed geographic studies.
But if they have, the sooner the evil is rectified the better.
From hydrochloric ether and rectified spirit, equal parts, mixed together.
rectified lard; and so well, let me tell you, that no one could compete with him.
By distilling a mixture of essential oil of lavender and rectified spirit; and the other—2.
Rather like one that is straight of himself, or hath ever been straight, than one that hath been rectified.
I sincerely hope that the mistake he made in withholding all his compositions, save one, from the public, has been rectified.
Some of it may have to be rectified, as they term it, and that will cause delay.
rectify rec·ti·fy (rěk'tə-fī')
v. rec·ti·fied, rec·ti·fy·ing, rec·ti·fies
To set right; correct.
To refine or purify, especially by distillation.