Definition of Redressing

1. Verb. (present participle of redress) ¹



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Definition of Redressing

1. redress [v] - See also: redress

Lexicographical Neighbors of Redressing

redreamed
redreaming
redreams
redreamt
redress
redressability
redressable
redressal
redressals
redressed
redresser
redressers
redresses
redressible
redressing (current term)
redressive
redressless
redressment
redressments
redressor
redressors
redrew
redried
redries
redrill
redrilled
redrilling
redrills
redrive

Literary usage of Redressing

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Blackstone Economized: Being a Compendium of the Laws of England to the by William Blackstone, David Mitchell Aird (1873)
"In treating therefore of these, let us consider first the manner of redressing those wrongs or injuries which a subject may suffer from the Crown; ..."

2. The History of Modern Europe: With an Account of the Decline and Fall of the by William Russell (1802)
"In the mean time, under colour of redressing grievances, they proceeded in regulating and ... redressing ..."

3. Building a New South Africa by Marc Van Ameringen (1995)
"redressing Racial and Gender Imbalances Under the apartheid system, training in economics for black students was confined to so-called ethnic universities. ..."

4. Observations on Military Law, and the Constitution and Practice of Courts by William Chetwood De Hart (1859)
"OF redressing WRONGS, AND APPEALS FROM A REGIMENTAL COURT-MARTIAL TO A GENERAL COURT-MARTIAL. CHAPTER THE 34th and 35th articles of war were es- ™™&. ..."

5. Observations on Military Law and the Constitution and Practice of Courts by William Chetwood De Hart (1863)
"OP redressing WRONGS, AND APPEALS FROM A REGIMENTAL COURT-MARTIAL TO A GENERAL COURT-MARTIAL. THE 34th and 35th articles of war were especially framed to ..."

6. Biographia juridica. A biographical dictionary of the judges of England from by Edward Foss (1870)
"... when he resigned his other preferments. were sent throughout England in 1240. under the pretence of redressing grievances and easing the people, ..."

7. A Grammar of the French Language, with Practical Exercises by Nicholas Wanostrocht (1817)
"... that he had been betrayed by an extravagant fondness; and that, in a word, the people had the power of redressing any breach in the established law. ..."

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