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(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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A new type of orthotic solution for feet that are fully correctible to a typical position does not require casting.
That approach made sense in an environment where errors in tactical judgment are readily observable and often correctible.
The baby had a cleft palate which is a serious but correctible deformity.
In the broader world of run-off crashes, these crashes are three-to-five times more severe than other run-off-road crashes, and they are highly correctible.
Similarly, lost laboratory test results may have clarified that (for example) a patient's growing confusion and subsequent fall at home resulted from an easily correctible situation such as digitalis toxicity and was not an irreversible aspect of dying.
Mistakes are increasingly being held correctible in tax contexts, as in Griffin v.