1. changed in form or character (Freq. 1)

their modified stand made the issue more acceptable


the performance of the modified aircraft was much improved

Ant: ↑unmodified
Similar to: ↑adapted, ↑altered, ↑restricted, ↑qualified
See Also: ↑qualified, ↑varied
2. mediocre (Freq. 1)
Syn: ↑limited
Similar to: ↑qualified

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