Altered in a sentence as an adjective

At that time, the cypher altered only once every few months.

The clock has had it's coil rewound to work at 9vac.> No changes to the movement - no altered wheelwork.

That judgement can be altered through psychological means.

But by the mere fact of them being altered, you realize that the default way of perceiving is just that - just a default.

That makes a much stronger case that they may have started with your design and altered it just enough to seem to be different.

It's a sudden shift in your actual perceptual processes, which are largely chemical, and have now been altered.

It turned out we ran out of disk space, since apparently myisam tables are altered the following way: first the table is created with updated schema, then it is populated with data from the old table.

I've practiced meditation too, and while it does alter consciousness, there are many meaningfully different altered states - they are in no way equivalent or substitutable.

That is, exceeds authorized access is not concerned with the manner in which information to which one has access is downloaded; it is rather concerned with whether the accused was authorized to obtain or alter the information that was obtained or altered.

Ireland, at the top of the list, has an Unfair Dismissal act that allows employees with a year of tenure to file claims not only if they're dismissed, but if they're "constructively" dismissed --- that is to say, if their role in the company is substantially altered in a way that allows them to claim that they're being "managed out" of the company.

Altered definitions


changed in form or character without becoming something else; "the altered policy promised success"; "following an altered course we soon found ourselves back in civilization"; "he looked...with clouded eyes and with an altered manner of breathing"- Charles Dickens


having testicles or ovaries removed

See also: neutered


changed in order to improve or made more fit for a particular purpose; "seeds precisely adapted to the area"; "instructions altered to suit the children's different ages"

See also: adapted