Definitions of "redress"
  1. The act of providing relief or assistance during times of distress
  2. A method or course of action used to find a solution or rectify an issue
  3. Payment rendered as a way of making amends for a loss or wrongdoing
How to use "redress" in a sentence
  1. The court decided to grant redress to the plaintiffs for their suffering.
  2. Redress is often sought by individuals who feel they have been wrongfully treated.
  3. In most cases, a person who has suffered a loss as a result of unlawful action seeks redress through the legal system.

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