Amendment in a Sentence

Definition of Amendment

a change or alteration

Examples of Amendment in a sentence

An amendment was made to the original divorce decree because the wife’s name was spelled wrong.

The CEO insisted that an amendment be made to the current contract so that he would receive a payout if the company decided to fire him.

When the 2nd amendment was added to the Constitution, the change granted Americans the right to bear arms.

The amendment to the bride’s wedding dress didn’t come out as expected since it changed the entire look of the gown.

A change in the law is needed, but none of the senators think that an amendment would be approved.

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