amelioration


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a·me·li·o·ra·tion

(ă-mēl-ē-ō-rā'shŭn),
Improvement; moderation in the severity of a disease or the intensity of its symptoms.
[L. ad, to, + melioro, to make better]

amelioration

Etymology: L, ad, to, melior, better
an improvement in conditions.

a·me·li·o·ra·tion

(ă-mēl-ē-ō-rā'shŭn)
Improvement; moderation in the severity of a disease or the intensity of its symptoms.
[L. ad, to, + melioro, to make better]

amelioration

A reduction in severity. A partial recovery.
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