Examples of betterment in a Sentence
working for the betterment of the lives of working people
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This last is the most important and draws on the states’ rights to enforce regulations for the betterment of public health, safety, morals and general welfare.
This firing today maybe the beginning of the reckoning happening in the FBI, which will be for the betterment of the agency.
Together, Bartram and Franklin had founded the American Philosophical Society in 1743, and both were prominent members of the intellectually minded community betterment club known as the Junto, which Franklin had created in 1727 at 21 years of age.
But presented with the choice between the betterment of society or a Tesla, most would opt for the Tesla—and the Tesla dealerships in Palo Alto are doing well, really well.
Mr Kohli insists this is not an electoral pact, but rather a club to work for the betterment of the region.
Edith and Edgar Stern both separately won The Times-Picayune Loving Cup, awarded annually for civic betterment.
Good Lord, please interrupt this guy, both for your sake and for his betterment.
True authority is formed when leaders pursue—and are seen by others to be pursuing—a worthy, valuable, and noble purpose connected to human progress or the betterment of the world.
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: the act or result of making something better
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