Not that Carcassonne, as redressed by M. Viollet-le-Duc, is deficient in clat; it has too much of it.
You fled to me from cruel lords, and I redressed your wrongs.
Better be unconscious of suffering, than conscious of wrongs which cannot be redressed.
Any wrongful and direct application of force is redressed by that action.
Hastening to my room, I quickly bathed and redressed, returning to my office in half an hour, refreshed and ready for duty.
Joe redressed in the Haer kilts and proceeded to headquarters.
Jurisprudence was improved, and numerous grievances were redressed.
If it be confessed, it is not redressed: is not that so, Master Page?
There are no grievances, fancied or real, that cannot be redressed within the Union and under the Constitution.
As she redressed her hair she regarded herself in the mirror with a new curiosity.
mid-14c., "to correct, reform;" late 14c., "restore, put right" (a wrong, error, offense); "repair; relieve; improve; amend," from Old French redrecier "reform, restore, rebuild" (Modern French redresser), from re- "again" (see re-) + drecier "to straighten, arrange" (see dress (v.)). Formerly used in many more senses than currently. Related: Redressed; redressing.