Embetterment meaning

1994, Robyn Dane, When Mirror Turns Lamp: Frantz Fanon as Cultural Visionary, in Africa Today (second quarter, volume 41, issue 2), page 70.

Since individual consciousness is cultural, it is acquired; since it is acquired, it can be improved, made just, and cultures are obliged to use it for their embetterment.

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2000 February 29, George Bush.

I believe it's an opportunity for educators and parents to express their frustration to the embetterment of the public school system.

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2010, B. J. Davis, Fictionaut: Ordinary People.

Like my Pa, Josh willed all of his mortal remains to the embetterment of science.

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Origin of embetterment

  • From embetter +‎ -ment.

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