make one whole

Definition of "make one whole"
  1. Awarding sufficient damages to restore an injured party to their previous state prior to the injury
How to use "make one whole" in a sentence
  1. The judge's decision was to make the plaintiff whole after the car accident.
  2. The objective of the court was to make whole the injured party in this medical malpractice case.
  3. In the contract breach case, the decision aimed to make the non-breaching party whole.

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