Opposite of ‘improve’ ? Dedicated to Godaddy ! No question mark ? R E 4 L ?

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Opposite of ‘improved’ used in a sentence ? eg. That company has really improved since the new folks turned it into a public pissin’ contest and decide to stop honoring original contracts of the former owners. = That company has gone to hell in a handbasket – and we don’t recommend their service to anyone ( unless ya’ enjoy supporting handbaskets in hell )

Another good example = That Domain Registrar no longer recognizes or honors the free email for life you were promised and recieved 10 years ago Mr. Pointtalker ; and, you’ll now have to pay $65 buckaroos a year to keep it attached ! We know you’ll love our improvements ! We redefined a lifetime to mean a decade ! Please recommend us to anyone looking for a website hosting platform they can TRUST ! Send us your suggestions so we can ‘improve’ things !

and, please, don’t try to register any domains that have ‘godaddydotanthing’ or we’ll tell ya’ it’s not available … hell, we may even sue ya’ for slander if you can’t prove that we haven’t really improved anything … in a court of fiction, of course … same kind of fuckin’ fiction we used ta’ change the meaning of ‘lifetime email’ you were given when good old Bob was still the captain.

FUCK ALL YOU IDIOTS AT GODADDY. WE ARE TELLING ANYONE WHO WANTS OUR HONEST OPINION TO AVOID YOU LIKE THE PLAGUE ! THE IMAGINARY ONE, OF COURSE !

I’m picking out a contract for you ! no ordinary contract will do … it’s a contract we can change anytime we want to ! REALLY ? R E 4 L !

BACK TO THE ANTONYMS !

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Antonyms for improve


Grammar : Verb
Spell : im-proov
Phonetic Transcription : ɪmˈpruv

Definition of improve

Origin :late 15c., “to use to one’s profit, to increase (income),” from Anglo-French emprouwer “to turn to profit” (late 13c.), from Old French en-, causative prefix, + prou “profit,” from Latin prode “advantageous” (see proud). Spelling with -v- was rare before 17c. Meaning “to raise to a better quality or condition” first recorded 1610s. Phrase improve the occasion retains the etymological sense. Meaning “to turn land to profit” (by clearing it, erecting buildings, etc.) was in Anglo-French (13c.) and was retained in the American colonies.

  • verb make or become better

Example sentences :

  • So long as we feel unable to improve on this organisation we shall have these inequalities.
  • Extract from : « The Conquest of Fear » by Basil King
  • It commands us to assist our neighbor to improve and protect his own.
  • Extract from : « An Explanation of Luther’s Small Catechism » by Joseph Stump
  • When things were so very good as they were at that time, why try to improve them?
  • Extract from : « Her Father’s Daughter » by Gene Stratton-Porter
  • I daresay it isn’t as good as I thought it was, but I’ll improve.
  • Extract from : « The Foolish Lovers » by St. John G. Ervine
  • My reading in the bible, now, was not for the stories, but seriously to improve my mind and morals.
  • Extract from : « Ned Myers » by James Fenimore Cooper
  • We have religious and social opportunities–do we improve them?
  • Extract from : « Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. I » by Francis Augustus Cox
  • Let the lemon remain with the citrons, as it will improve their flavour.
  • Extract from : « Directions for Cookery, in its Various Branches » by Eliza Leslie
  • This is said greatly to improve their consistence and flavour.
  • Extract from : « Directions for Cookery, in its Various Branches » by Eliza Leslie
  • This will remove the acidity, and improve the bread in lightness.
  • Extract from : « Directions for Cookery, in its Various Branches » by Eliza Leslie
  • A very good thing, at least, for the country, to improve the breed of cattle.
  • Extract from : « Tales And Novels, Volume 9 (of 10) » by Maria Edgeworth

Synonyms for improve

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