Capable of being improved or corrected.
From middle french amender and latin emendare, both meaning to improve or correct.
- The law was deemed amendable and several changes were made to it.
- The team found the proposal amendable and made several suggestions for improvement.
- The plan was deemed amendable and was revised to better suit the needs of the company.
- The constitution was considered amendable and several articles were added to it.
- The report was amendable and the errors were corrected before being submitted.