- n1. alteration, modification, adjustment, qualification; change, difference, variation, variance, vicissitude; transformation, transfiguration, transmutation, metamorphosis, conversion; reconstruction, remodeling, recasting, remolding, reorganization; reversal, turn, inversion, transposition, transference; substitution, commutation; shuffle, shift, mix, diversification, interchange, exchange.2. mending, emending, emendation, editing, correcting, correction, revising, revision; rectification, rectifying, redressing, setting right, putting right, reforming, reformation; repairing, reparation, fixing; amelioration, improvement, betterment; purification, cleansing, cleaning, purging, purgation; doctoring, touching up, polishing; healing, curing, restoring, restoration, remedying; compensation, recompense, repayment, redemption; relief, relieving, mitigation, mitigating, lessening, lowering, reducing, reduction.3. attachment, addition, affixture, appendage; addendum, suffix, annex, postfix, postscript; joining, uniting, combining; adding, tacking on, tagging on, attaching, annexing.
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