I verb advance, allay, better, change for the better, correct, corrigere, cultivate, develop, ease, elevate, enhance, forward, fructify, help, improve, make better, make progress, meliorate, mend, mitigate, palliate, promote, raise, rectify, reform, upgrade associated concepts: ameliorating facts and circumstances, ameliorating waste II index amend, commute, cure, ease, emend, fix (repair), help, meliorate, mitigate, modify (alter), mollify, progress, rectify, reform, rehabilitate, relieve (give aid), remedy, renew (refurbish), renovate, repair, restore (renew), soothe, treat (remedy)

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