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acoustic intended to modify or improve sound quality, as a building material. [1/3 definitions]
add to combine (something) with something else, often to increase the quantity of the latter, or to improve it or make it more complete. [1/6 definitions]
additive a substance added in small amounts to another to improve, preserve, or otherwise alter it. [1/2 definitions]
add-on an optional item that may be bought in addition to a main item to supplement or improve it. [1/2 definitions]
aerobic tending to stimulate the heart and lungs and thereby improve the body's ability to utilize oxygen. [1/3 definitions]
align to adjust (something), usu. a device, to improve its function. [1/6 definitions]
ameliorate to make better; improve. [2 definitions]
amend to make better or make right; improve; rectify. [2/3 definitions]
better to improve. [1/14 definitions]
breed in genetics, to fertilize or pollinate under controlled conditions in order to develop or improve a strain. [1/9 definitions]
buoy to improve the morale of (often fol. by up). [1/5 definitions]
capon a rooster that has been castrated and fattened to improve its palatability.
chimney pot a pipe, usu. of clay, fitted to the top of a chimney to improve the draft.
cinder to scatter cinders on, usu. to improve traction for vehicles or pedestrians. [1/4 definitions]
clean up one's act (informal) to improve one's performance or behavior.
conditioner a substance used to improve the condition of something such as hair, or added to enhance the usability of something such as water. [1/2 definitions]
constructive serving to clarify or improve; helpful. [1/3 definitions]
crane to extend the neck in an attempt to improve one's view. [1/6 definitions]
cultivate to refine and improve, as through education. [1/5 definitions]
diet1 to limit or select one's own intake of food to improve health or lose weight. [1/6 definitions]
Dorothea Dix U.S. social activist, reformer, and Union army Superintendent of Women Nurses, who worked to improve prison conditions and to provide asylums for the mentally ill (b.1802--d.1887).