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  • verb Common misspelling of altered.

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Examples

  • We met Dr. Schaller at the Manchester airport so that we could study him in his native environment, and we discovered that his gravitational forces had only been slightly alterred by his time away, and they did not interfere with ours at all.

    Strange Gravitational Force Discovered by VanderMeers

  • Many people are saying Mein Kampf, and that makes a certain kind of sense, though I don't think it the nonexistence of the book itself would have alterred the course of history much.

    Books

  • He was his usual, jovial self, even though his profile has been alterred, somewhat.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • Terracotta alterred the way the two layers were linked, eliminating the need to keep clients primed with a key, Harris said.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • Identities were changed, outlooks alterred, and lives were improved.

    Iowa State Daily

  • If the attack had been successul, I’m sure there would have been cancilations, but i haven’t seen any stats to suggest Americans alterred travel plans in the days following the attack.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Trouble With Unconditionality

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