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correct

(Actual), adjective accepted, accurate, approved, becoming, certain, comely, conscientious, convenable, customary, decent, decorous, definite, due, established, exact, exacting, factual, faultless, fitting, fussy, gracious, impartial, impeccable, in perfect order, judicious, just right, literal, meticulous, neat, perfect, polite, precise, proper, punctilious, reasonable, regulated, repaired, restored, revised, right, scrupulous, seemly, strict, stylish, suitable, tasteful, tidy, traditional, trim, true, unerring, unmistaken, valid

correct

(Honest), adjective equitable, ethical, fair, havvng a code of conduct, having been brought up properly, havvng good upbringing, having values, just, moral, official, proper, reputable, rightful, scrupulous, true, upright

correct

(Adjust), verb alter, ameliorate, amend, appropriate, better, cure, doctor, disabuse, improve, meliorate, mend, reclaim, rectify, redress, reform, remedy, repair, touch up

correct

(Admonish), verb berate, castigate, chasten, chastise, chide, disabuse, disenchant, disillusion, enlighten, lecture, penalize, perfect, punish, put right, redress, reprehend, reprimand, reprove, scold, set right, take to task, upbraid

correct

(Review), verb amend, change, convert, edit, emend, expostulate, help, regulate, revise
See also: accurate, actual, adjust, admonish, advise, alter, ameliorate, amend, appropriate, authentic, certain, condition, cure, definite, disabuse, discipline, documentary, due, edit, emend, exact, factual, faithful, fitting, fix, help, honest, literal, meliorate, meticulous, modify, moral, official, orthodox, penalize, perfect, positive, precise, process, proper, punctilious, punish, qualify, real, rebuke, rectify, redress, reform, regular, regulate, remedy, remonstrate, renew, repair, reprehend, reprimand, resolve, restore, revise, rightful, sound, suitable, treat, true, valid
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