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Synonyms for antidote

Synonyms for antidote

something that corrects or counteracts

Synonyms for antidote

a remedy that stops or controls the effects of a poison

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Specific antidotal therapy identified on initial search was used for further exploratory search.
These words suggest that normalcy subsists in secrecy, because throughout the novel, a "normal" collectivity is set in antidotal contrariety to its origins in deviant and unforeseeable individual idiosyncrasy.
Structural requirements for chelate antidotal efficacy in acute antimony (III) intoxication.
How do we account for this high degree of omitted therapy and the antidotal report from the medical director of this same institution that in the five years he has been there he has seen no detrimental outcomes?
Yet whereas this check on critical vision is necessarily antidotal, it denudes its own imagination in other respects, producing in this study a somewhat too economical critical economy.
The "extreme sports" that a tiny minority of Americans engage in (and the rest watch on TV) are the antidotal flip side to the extreme slouch of the couch potato and the computer junkie, sedentary sensibilities happy to gaze (or glaze) upon a depthless screen making synthetic sounds.
To the Restoration she was a military hero antidotal to Bonaparte; to nationalists she embodied the soul of la patrie; to socialists she represented the oppressed rising against injustice.
If the newborn doesn't relax enough to stimulate the antidotal parasympathetic relief, a deeply ingrained pattern of stress develops that may persist lifelong.
Antidotal comments suggest that most physicians are willing to accept considerably less income to work in an affluent community.
Baskin SI, Horowitz AM, Nealley EW: The antidotal action of sodium nitrite and sodium thiosulfate against cyanide poisoning.
The attraction of western, largely American, popular culture derives from something more than mere antidotal difference.
The necessity of the tobie, of Suzie's antidotal cures for Gideon's illness bespeak the importance of resourcefulness and continuity in filtering what is through what appears to be.
Training program includes appropriate air management practice for firefighters, the correction of myths and misunderstandings about fire smoke, and instruction about new antidotal treatment therapies for smoke inhalation victims.
snakebite, he came down on the side of Western treatment, Liquor Ammonia (fortior), rather than indigenous plant remedies, Lemona Leonitotis and umfuicamfeincane, despite acknowledging their 'valuable antidotal properties'.
In particular, Coptidis Rhizoma, a natural herb containing high levels of berberine, is used widely as a therapeutic agent for gastrointestinal disorders, and infectious and/or inflammatory diseases, because of its antiphlogistic, sedative, antidotal, hemostatic, and stomachic activity (Fujimura et al.