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additive a substance added in small amounts to another to improve, preserve, or otherwise alter it. [1/2 definitions]
add-on in computing, a supplementary program or piece of code written to alter, enhance, or extend the behavior of a main program. [1/2 definitions]
alterative tending to alter or cause alteration.
brainwash to alter a person's ideas or beliefs by forceful means such as physical torture or psychological stress. [2/4 definitions]
budge to alter one's opinion (usu. used negatively). [2/4 definitions]
bushel2 to repair or alter (clothes).
cancel to mark or otherwise alter (a check, stamp, or the like) so as to prevent reuse. [1/5 definitions]
change to alter the content or form of. [1/18 definitions]
checker1 to alter by adding different colors; variegate. [1/4 definitions]
classicize to make, adapt, or alter (something) in imitation of a classical style.
color to alter the tone or character of. [1/11 definitions]
deform to alter the shape of, as by pressure; transform. [1/4 definitions]
drumbone a musical instrument requiring two or three players that is made of joined sections of plastic pipe, two of which slide to alter the pitch of sounds made by beating on the pipe with drumsticks. The drumbone was introduced by the Blue Man Group.
falsify to make, or alter so as to make, untrue or inaccurate. [1/3 definitions]
inflect in grammar, to alter the form of (a word) by inflection. [1/4 definitions]
intransigence refusal to alter one's ideas or position in response to the wishes of others.
intransigent refusing to alter an idea or a position in response to others' wishes; uncompromising. [1/2 definitions]
irreversible impossible to reverse, turn back, or alter.
juggle to alter or manipulate for the purpose of deception. [1/8 definitions]
landscape to alter the appearance of a piece of land by changing its contours, planting trees and shrubs, and the like. [1/5 definitions]
makeup cosmetics, esp. when applied to the face to enhance or alter the appearance. [1/4 definitions]