He says he never did the work for money, but instead to rectify that destruction he observed.
Neither does the situation seem likely to rectify itself any time soon.
To rectify this situation, Pope Gregory XIII initiated a new calendar in 1582.
And that we should rectify this by getting them on a double date.
This article has been corrected to rectify an arithmetic mistake.
It was too late to rectify the blunder that night, and a month elapsed ere we would revisit the spot.
She saw her mistake, and with her unvarying sweetness, set out to rectify it.
To rectify the relation that exists between two men, is there no method, then, but that of ending it?
You may think so also, but I will say this much: I will pay a large sum of money to rectify.
To rectify this, in 1730 Carolina was allowed to send rice direct to countries south of Cape Finisterre.
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.