amend,vb.1. To make right; to correct or rectify <amend the order to fix a clerical error>.2.
To change the wording of; specif., to formally alter (a statute, constitution, motion, etc.) by
striking out, inserting, or substituting words <amend the legislative bill>. See AMENDMENT(3).
— amendable,adj. — amendability,n.
amend a previous action.See amend something previously adopted.
amend something previously adopted.Parliamentary law. (Of a deliberative assembly) to
change an otherwise final text. — Also termed amend a previous action. [Blacks Law 8th]