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Synonyms for medicine

Synonyms for medicine

an agent used to restore health

a substance used in the treatment of disease

Synonyms for medicine

the branches of medical science that deal with nonsurgical techniques

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(medicine) something that treats or prevents or alleviates the symptoms of disease

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punishment for one's actions

treat medicinally, treat with medicine

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I loosed the mat and drew the dead child from the medicines, glancing round fearfully as I did so.
Even to Natasha herself it was pleasant to see that so many sacrifices were being made for her sake, and to know that she had to take medicine at certain hours, though she declared that no medicine would cure her and that it was all nonsense.
And you try and see if you can't be a good boy, for once, and you needn't take any more medicine.
They are a wise nation, whose eyes are never shut; much do I wonder, that they have not seen the great medicine of the Big-knives
And holding the glass with his two hands, he swallowed the medicine at one gulp.
Darling, "when Nana came in with Michael's medicine.
I want good medicine, better medicine than Mbonga's witch-doctor can make," replied Momaya.
Then medicine does not consider the interest of medicine, but the interest of the body?
You are said to be great AEsculapius, and I am come to ask your advice in medicine.
A COBBLER unable to make a living by his trade and made desperate by poverty, began to practice medicine in a town in which he was not known.
If you want any medicine, you must ring the night-bell.
The engineer and conductor were talking excitedly with a signal-man, whom the station-master at Medicine Bow, the next stopping place, had sent on before.
This was perfectly arrowproof; add to which, it was often endowed with charmed virtues, by the spells and mystic ceremonials of the medicine man, or conjurer.
All that I could now recall, and all that I could tell Ezra Jennings was, that I had attacked the art of medicine at the dinner-table with sufficient rashness and sufficient pertinacity to put even Mr.
From the description given of it, it is evidently the bituminous oil, called petrolium or naphtha, which forms a principal ingredient in the potent medicine called British Oil.
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