Words nearby amendment
Origin of amendment
OTHER WORDS FROM amendmentnon·a·mend·ment, nounpro·a·mend·ment, adjectivere·a·mend·ment, nounself-a·mend·ment, noun
Examples from the Web for amendments
If the first 10 amendments were each put to a vote on nation-wide ballot initiatives, how would they fare?P.J. O’Rourke: Who Really Actually Wants This Bill of Rights?|P. J. O’Rourke|April 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The judge said the right to not be discriminated against under the First and Fourteenth amendments applies to the plaintiffs.
It is expected to pass the Senate this week after amendments are added to expand the exception for religious organizations.
There is a reason for the order and priority of the amendments.
One of Lee's amendments deals with border security, another with E-Verify, and the third with high-skilled visas.
Rev. Olympia Brown believed that a proper interpretation of the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments did confer suffrage on women.
But when voted upon, the new constitution was lost, and with it these amendments.
A reference to this act and amendments, as published by congress, will fully sustain all we have asserted.Monopolies and the People|D. C. Cloud
At the next general election we will vote on these two amendments.Citizenship|Emma Guy Cromwell
There were between two and three hundred votes against the revision or amendments.A History of Oregon, 1792-1849|William Henry Gray