Definition of amender in English:

amender

noun

See amend

  • ‘He was among the thirty-four authors and amenders of the 1933 Humanist Manifesto, first drafted by Roy Wood Sellars.’
  • ‘Article authors and amenders get no pay and no public credit.’
  • ‘The amends made should support the amender's values or the family or school values if the amender is young.’
  • ‘Soil amender is a safe and natural substitute for chemical fertilizers.’
  • ‘This year we topped up with a soil amender (again from composted yard trimmings from the transfer station) and steer manure.’