Motion To Mitigate Sentence,
Motion To Mitigate Sentence:
Request for reduction of sentence.
Literal Meanings of Motion To Mitigate Sentence
Meanings of Motion:
Movement or act of movement or action.
Formal recommendations were made to the legislature or committee.
Debate and suggest solutions in the session or Legislative Assembly.
Sentences of Motion
Opposition parties have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.
73 patients had less than three bowel movements per day.
He waved Dennis from the plush chair.
A resolution proposed by Adam Tyler suggested that members could join the association without CCL.
Synonyms of Motion
to and fro, suggestion, locomotion, direct, recommendation, nod, course, motility, stirring, gesture, rise and fall, signal, shifting, mobility, gesticulate, sign, movement, moving, coming and going, going
Meanings of To:
Indicates movement towards (a specific place).
Perspective or scope (special terms)
Identify the person or thing in question or accept something.
Indicates that two things are connected or related to each other.
Related to or possibly related to (something).
The second element in the competition is used to introduce.
Account kept before debit entry.
Used with the basic form of the verb to indicate that the verb is infinite.
Used without following the verb when the missing verb is clearly understood.
Sentences of To
Go to the shops
Christopher's expression turned from surprise to joy.
You're too bad for that
He is with his cousin Emma. married
He tied his dog under the drain
There was no club
He asked her to come, but she said he did not want to come.
The door slammed behind him
Meanings of Mitigate:
Doing (something bad) is less serious, serious or painful.
Sentences of Mitigate
Drainage plans help solve this problem.
Synonyms of Mitigate
quieten, lessen, cushion, weaken, damp, ease, temper, help, lighten, allay, mollify, sweeten, soothe, assuage, abate, attenuate, blunt, deaden, quell, moderate, soften, quiet, still, reduce, relieve, alleviate, diminish
Meanings of Sentence:
A set of free words, usually consists of a subject and a prediction, consisting of a statement, question, surprise, or command, and an important clause, and sometimes one or more subordinate clauses.
A conviction by a court of law or a sentence imposed by law for a specific crime.
Explain the punishment imposed by the (offender).
Sentences of Sentence
Her husband is serving a three-year sentence for cheating.
Ten military officers were sentenced to life in prison.
Synonyms of Sentence
suspended sentence, prison term, time, jail sentence, impose a sentence on, convict, stretch, pronounce sentence on, decision, verdict, bird, pass judgement on, punish, mete out punishment to, ruling, rap, penal sentence, condemn, ■■■■, punishment, decree, judgement, life sentence, stint, pronouncement, determination, porridge, prison sentence