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amended

[ uh-men-did ]
/ əˈmɛn dɪd /
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adjective
(of a motion, regulation, bill, etc.) altered, rephrased, etc., by a formal procedure:The amended legislation includes new provisions that will help reduce costs to consumers in the insurance marketplace.
(of behavior, attitude, etc.) changed for the better; improved:The priest's unconditional love inspired many prison inmates to live amended lives.
corrected or rectified:When the IRS rejected the unsigned form, the couple filed an amended tax return.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of amend.
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Origin of amended

OTHER WORDS FROM amended

un·a·mend·ed, adjectivewell-a·mend·ed, adjective
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