Definition of "amendatory"
  1. Designed or intended to modify or revise
How to use "amendatory" in a sentence
  1. The amendatory clause in the contact allowed the parties to adjust the terms as needed.
  2. Legislation often includes an amendatory section, altering existing laws to fit new needs or realities.
  3. The company's policy included an amendatory provision, allowing for changes based on evolving industry standards.

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