rectify verb (used with object), rec·ti·fied, rec·ti·fy·ing.

  1. to make, put, or set right; remedy; correct: He sent them a check to rectify his account.
  2. to put right by adjustment or calculation, as an instrument or a course at sea.
  3. Chemistry . to purify (especially a spirit or liquor) by repeated distillation.
  4. Electricity . to change (an alternating current) into a direct current.
  5. to determine the length of (a curve).

Fiction Writing Prompt: Use the word of the week in whatever you write today.

Journaling Prompt: What do you need to rectify today?

Art Prompt: Rectify

Non-Fiction / Speechwriting Prompt:Use the word of the week in your article or speech.

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