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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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The cure took up his burden again and led the way out, followed by his companions.
le cure reentered, bearing his sacred vessel and followed by the three gentlemen and by Valentin's servant.
A few hours' enforced Rest Cure was the worst I wished him.
What's wanted to prevent her taking her child to the hen-roost to cure it of screaming fits is just.
Achieving good mold release after the cure is very important.
Quartz-Tungsten-Halogen lights seem to be the most common light cure source in today's dental practice.
Ethyl acetoacetate, methyl acetoacetate, dimethyl acetoacetamide, monomethyl acetoacetamide, and acetoacetanilide are low-color copromoters for room-temperature cure of unsaturated polyesters.
In the Werk's case, the initial decision to provide cures to ill mothers arose within a specific sociopolitical milieu underscored by conservative gender ideals, and administrators had to negotiate within this context.
For rapid microwave curing, susceptor particles may be needed at levels of 20 to 25 vol% to achieve acceptable cures.
With true hotbox binders, corebox temperatures of 400F or higher are typical, with the cure effected in seconds.
No one medical test conducted one time can definitively diagnose cancer, nor can a machine operated by a fraudulent practitioner cure it.
Alcoholism Cure Foundation Reports Successful Introduction of "Cure Yourself," Low Cost Adaptation of Its Permanent Cure Programs Which Cure Nearly All Suffering from This Otherwise Incurable Disease
Many compounders are said to have an aversion to peroxide cures.
This multi-wand system is said to minimize concerns over differential rates of adhesive cure that lead to component movement during cure.
The free radical cure (FRC) process has been selected for many new installations because it enables the foundry manager to operate a core- and/or moldmaking process without the high costs of downtime associated with mixer and machine cleanup.