He gave Steele 24 hours to demonstrate a “change of heart” by issuing a new, corrective press release.
As far as I was concerned, once I had corrective surgery I was just a female.
To the contrary, he believed each could offer a corrective to the other.
There has been too much filmmaking of the latter kind, and The Hurt Locker is a corrective.
The C.D. Howe Institute offers a corrective to those worried about corporations' growing cash hoards.
No corrective offers for the many that may be practiced under this system.
If it's neuralgia, get a corrective diet list from the doctor.
It was easy to escape from the Palace of corrective Detention.
But democracy will not allow that it needs a corrective, and the old man, to it, is only an enemy.
The only corrective is knowledge, and knowledge is a plant of slow growth.
corrective cor·rec·tive (kə-rěk'tĭv)
Counteracting or modifying what is malfunctioning, undesirable, or injurious. n.
An agent that corrects.