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Synonyms for cure

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.
When I say, I go in for the dose that cures, it doesn't follow that I go in for opium in a given case of gout."
After the cure's death the house had been for sale; and Benassis, who had only just come into the country, had bought it as it stood, with the walls about it and the ground belonging to it, together with the plate, wine, and furniture, the old sundial, the poultry, the horse, and the woman-servant.
The old cure had died at the age of seventy, and his curate, a quite uneducated man, had just succeeded to his position.
As soon as I found that I could secure the cure's house and plenty of waste land at a small cost, I solemnly devoted myself to the calling of a country surgeon-- the very last position that a man aspires to take.
Rub with Morton's Sugar Cure. This complete sugar curing salt strikes in from the OUTSIDE--gives a thorough cure and rich wood-smoke flavor.
"For 70 years, the Arthritis Foundation has taken the steps to conquer this disease and Walk to Cure Arthritis is the largest arthritis event in the world, where we celebrate arthritis warriors and raise funds for research, resources and a cure."
Premolar brackets (3M-Unitek) with a bracket base area of 11.35 mm2 were taken and bonded using light cure orthodontic adhesive (3M Unitek).
Cure Medical CEO John Anderson says, "The new Cure Ultra offers the least waste and smallest package, ever, for a ready-to-use catheter designed for active women on the go."
"An idealized cure is predicated upon entirely eliminating the disease," JDCA says in its "State of the Cure 2013" report released last month.
Loctite 4310 Flashcure and Loctite 4311 Flashcure Light Cure Cyanoacrylate Instant Adhesives cure tack-free in just two to five seconds upon exposure to low-intensity UV/visible light, the company says.
Di-Cup dicumyl peroxide and Vul-Cup a,a'-bis (tertiary butylperoxy) diisopropylbenzene used to cure unsaturated polyester at temperatures over 250 F and with other peroxides to improve performance.
The light is reflected and then goes through filters, producing a broad wavelength of light to cure resins.
In most amine-cured epoxy systems or blends with thermoplastic polymers other than polycarbonate (PC), the cure reactions are autocatalytic [4, 18].