Definition of ammendment
1. amendment [ n ] the act of amendingUsed in print:
(The Atlanta Constitution...)
Pelham pointed_out that Georgia voters last November rejected a constitutional amendment to allow legislators to vote on pay raises for future Legislature sessions .
(The Dallas Morning News,...)
While details are still be to worked_out , Ratcliff said he expects to tell home_folks in Dallas why he thinks Berry 's proposed constitutional amendment should be rejected .
The third amended the enabling_act for creation of the Lamar_county Hospital_District , for which a special constitutional amendment previously was adopted .
(The New York Times,...)
Other items on the agenda during the meetings , which are expected to continue through Saturday , concern television , rules changes , professional football 's hall_of_fame , players ' benefits and constitutional amendments .Synonyms amendment Related Terms correction amend
2. amendment [ n ] a statement that is added to or revises or improves a proposal or document (a bill or constitution etc.)Used in print:
(Grants-in-Aid and Other Financial Assistance...)
The 1954 Amendments completely changed the financing of the vocational_rehabilitation_program , providing_for a three part grant structure - for ( 1 ) basic support ; ( 2 ) extension and improvement ; and ( 3 ) research , demonstrations , training and traineeships for vocational_rehabilitation - and in_addition for short-term training and instruction .Synonyms amendment Related Terms statement Fourteenth_Amendment First_Amendment Eighteenth_Amendment Twentieth_Amendment Fifth_Amendment amend
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