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Synonyms for cure

an agent used to restore health

something that corrects or counteracts

to rectify (an undesirable or unhealthy condition)

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Synonyms for cure

provide a cure for, make healthy again

prepare by drying, salting, or chemical processing in order to preserve

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make (substances) hard and improve their usability

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be or become preserved

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Pacific nurses are seen as leaders in their communities; often the curer of all ills, like the 'white medicine man' was many years ago.
in terms of [the epithet] "All Puerto Ricans are niggers"--the way that the North Americans look at Puerto Ricans, but also within Vieques, there's the curer and the presence .
6) Kakah Ramat, who is an old man in his eighties, is an experienced curer; by many of his neighbors he is considered the most knowledgeable curer working in the luangan style today.
They recently published a slightly off-beat book which is developing something of a cult following - Adventures of a Bacon Curer, written by Maynard Davies and on sale at pounds 9.
And the piece de resistance is that the Indian coffee farmer can function not only as a grower, but also as a curer, as a trader, as an exporter and as a roster
After 20 years of distributing their products together, owners of the Tillamook Country Smoker filed a federal lawsuit against the creamery in May to pre-empt the cheese maker's attempt to force the meat curer to change its name.
Bayer has also developed an anti-reversion agent - a bifunctional crosslinker - that improves the thermal stability of crosslinks and overcomes reversion problems encountered with a typical curer.
A verse from a composition by prolific Puerto Rican composer Tite Curer Alonso comes to mind:
Whitten, describes the conjurer a bit more objectively as a "professional diviner, curer, agent finder, and general controller of the occult arts" (315-16); Whitten adds that they can be "Negro or white, male or female" (317).
As the curer moves, it removes material from a stock model and the designed part emerges as it would on a machine.
Sur l'autoroute de Zeralda menant vers Alger, les agents d'Asrout, de la DTP, des ressources en eau et de la Seaal sont en train de curer les avaloirs et de nettoyer la chaussee boueuse, tandis que les gendarmes regulaient la circulation automobile.
Phillip some a curer Bare-footed Holly, 34 - who hadn't been home - tweeted the sofa shot before the show aired, while Phillip, 53, told his followers on Twitter he'd slept in by an hour-and-a-half and shared a picture of a can of Red Bull, Alka Seltzer and a champagne cork.
The agglomeration of Compiegne Region wants to perpetuate the project to maintain in the pipe network (29 km) by regularly monitoring the level of fine points and curer each year a significant number of straight pipe.