adj.changed in form or character without becoming something else
○ the altered policy promised success
○ following an altered course we soon found ourselves back in civilization
○ "he looked...with clouded eyes and with an altered manner of breathing"- Charles Dickens
adj.having testicles or ovaries removed
Beethoven thought of an air, hammered at it, altered it again and again.
The stitch or ‘bight’ as it is usually called can also be altered to close or open out the stitches to the desired width and density.
Melville has abruptly and entirely altered his story; his prose became lushly melodramatic
AT Scinto 6 uranium occurs in much altered dolerite below the unconformity
Any of various altered BASIC igneous rocks colored green by chlorite,hornblende,or epidote.
RememBEr that if the waist of the bodice is altered the skirt must BE altered also to match.
It is often a chain stitch machine and the size of the buttonhole can BE altered to suit with requirements.
Depot fat can BE altered by changing dietary fat.
In that case, the last one shall prevail. But rememBEr: a notarial will may not BE revoked or altered by a will in any other form!
Olivine has been completely altered to serpentine, talc, and amphibole in the BORE-hole examined in detail