Amends

Word AMENDS
Character 6
Hyphenation a mends
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Definitions and meanings of "Amends"

What do we mean by amends?

Recompense for grievance or injury. noun plural

Compensation for a loss or injury; recompense; satisfaction; equivalent.

Recovery of health; amendment.

Compensation for a loss or injury; recompense; reparation. noun

Compensation for a loss or injury; recompense; reparation. noun

Third-person singular simple present indicative form of amend. verb

A sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury noun

Something done or paid in expiation of a wrong noun

(usually in the plural) An act of righting a wrong; compensation.

V. To propose an action or rule. Urban Dictionary

A change that is made to a law or legal document. Urban Dictionary

The process of changing all the hard work someone else has done and turning it into something that doesn't resemble the original document at all. Urban Dictionary

A kiddie friendly alternate version of the lyrics of a song originally filled with filthy words. Urban Dictionary

If somebody is going on your nerves. Urban Dictionary

When the male dominated Congress proposes or passes legislation that will negatively impact Women Urban Dictionary

The refusal to testify on the grounds that a person's lungs (or other organs) will be viciously chopped up into that of a hamburger. Urban Dictionary

The first of ten amendments of the Bill of Rights to the American Consitution. It essentially grants citizens freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly, and petition. The literal text is as follows. "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances." Urban Dictionary

To use free speech suppression on people that don't conform to Fringe Gun nut ideals and/or view points on the internet. Such acts include -Harassing bloggers in the comments sections with nasty remarks -vote gaming on news sharing sites like reddit -attacking anyone that dares question Gunnut logic -Doxxing people that don't agree with the Gun Nut view point Urban Dictionary

The First Amendment allows the people of the United States to voice unpopular opinions, preventing tyranny by the majority. It also allows people to assembly peaceable and allows the press to report fact and voice opinion without prior restraint. If we cannot petition our government for the redress of grievances we risk the hardening of a permanent majority into a self-enforcing bureaucracy. Thomas Jefferson once said that if forced to choose between government without newspapers, and newspapers without government, he wouldn't hesitate to choose the latter. Assembly, the exchange of ideas, and understanding the actions of society keep us free, and are why the press was intended to be a de facto fourth branch of government. Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Amends

The word "amends" in example sentences

What Woods does to make amends is nobodys friggin business. ❋ Unknown (2010)

While the wronger will admit no wrong, while he mocks at the idea of amends, or while, admitting the wrong, he rejoices in having done it, no suffering could satisfy revenge, far less justice. ❋ 1824-1905 (1889)

The use of that exact phrase amends the Endangered Species Act by implication, Department of Justice attorneys argued, even if the rider didn't reference the specific law. ❋ Unknown (2011)

Faced with the threat of a writ, the BBC – in a cowardly act of dhimmitude – made an offer of 'amends' and an apology on the Question Time website. ❋ Unknown (2009)

If the Chinese have the good sense to make some kind of amends, then it'll settle down. ❋ Clancy, Tom, 1947- (2000)

Later she would have to apologise to him. to make some kind of amends for what she was doing, but if she stayed in this room with Lewis even one second longer. ❋ Jordan, Penny (1991)

a deep modification -- the idea of amends for the wrong done taking the place of revenge. ❋ Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin (1881)

The only kind of amends he could make for the other's hurt was to provide hands, feet, and strength for the man who did know what to do and how to do it. ❋ Andre Norton (1958)

'I suppose "amends" mean caramels or chocolates,' said Mabel; ❋ F. Anstey (1895)

Than all the race of Adam may redress; and the "Legend of Good Women" seems, in point of fact, to have been intended to offer some such kind of amends as is here declared to be called for. ❋ Adolphus William Ward (1880)

It will serve as a kind of amends for the liberty I have taken, Longueville added; and he began to remove the drawing from its paper block. ❋ Unknown (1879)

A happy resolution, wou'd you wou'd be so kind to your self as to make a trial of your Lady too, and if she prove true, 'twill make some kind of amends for your so long being couzen'd this way. ❋ Unknown (1678)

_ A happy resolution! wou'd you wou'd be so kind to your self as to make a trial of your Lady too; and if she prove true, 'twill make some kind of amends for your so long being cozen'd this way. ❋ Aphra Behn (1664)

The good news is that I'll be in a position to give support as well as receive it, and don't worry, most if not all of you are on the ol '' amends 'list already, with top priority. ❋ Unknown (2009)

He could make some kind of amends if he would apologize, admit he was wrong, and stop this nonsense. ❋ Unknown (2009)

She is also willing to try and make "amends" to please her husband. ❋ Unknown (2009)

If prop 8 just "amends" the constitution, then that's legitimate. ❋ Unknown (2008)

"[The state] of [Minnesota] will amends it's [new law]." ❋ 02947291 (2015)

[The bill] of [rights] are [examples] of amendments. ❋ Miranda (Mandy) (2006)

At the Mid-American [Model United Nations], delegates submitted [twenty-six] amendments to the resolution proposed by [Burkina Faso] to the point that the delegate disavowed any ownership of the original proposal. ❋ MAGEC Mark (2013)

Yo! I'm tired of [Spotify] exchanging the explicit version with the amended one in my playlists! Yeah! [MAFIAA] [fucking around] again with their license deals! ❋ Karolus Magnus (2014)

[Stop] amending or [i will] [beat] you up. ❋ IndiaBoyJoel (2019)

Congress pushed through the [Health Care] [initiative] after passing the [Stupak] aMENdment. ❋ Keepinitbuddha (2009)

"I um...can't [testify]. I fear that my organs will be [chopped up] into [a patty]." "Ah, the 67th amendment." ❋ Yams (2008)

If one does [mot] [approve] of something, he or she has the right to [peacefully protest] because of the 1st Amendment. ❋ Anpacaal (2017)

Not like what they saw [the arm] chair [2nd amendment] crowd commenced 2nd Amending the 1st Amendment to silence [critics] on news sites ❋ Libertatis (2013)

"[Free Speech] is the right to yell, "Theater!" at a crowded fire." - [Abbie Hoffman], radical, describing the First [Amendment] ❋ Memphis Jay (2008)

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