Redressed



verb (used with object)
1.
to dress again.
noun
1.
the setting right of what is wrong:
redress of abuses.
2.
relief from wrong or injury.
3.
compensation or satisfaction for a wrong or injury.
verb (used with object)
4.
to set right; remedy or repair (wrongs, injuries, etc.).
5.
to correct or reform (abuses, evils, etc.).
6.
to remedy or relieve (suffering, want, etc.).
7.
to adjust evenly again, as a balance.
verb (transitive)
1.
to put right (a wrong), esp by compensation; make reparation for: to redress a grievance
2.
to correct or adjust (esp in the phrase redress the balance)
3.
to make compensation to (a person) for a wrong
noun
4.
the act or an instance of setting right a wrong; remedy or cure: to seek redress of grievances
5.
compensation, amends, or reparation for a wrong, injury, etc
6.
relief from poverty or want
verb
1.
(transitive) to dress (something) again

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