antidote[ an-ti-doht ]SEE DEFINITION OF antidote
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANTIDOTE
I only wished that my mother had been present to receive an antidote to Mrs. Coates.
Before she slept, I said, he must administer an antidote to Coates's poison.
Now, where can he find an antidote, who can teach him a healing formula?
“Work is the only antidote,” said the Doctor, not moving his eyes.
You are mistaken about there being an antidote and a poison.
The cynical town runs to artless art as an antidote to its own poison.
There can be no question of an antidote if there has been no poisoning.
And Ribiera administered the antidote with a further dose of poison.
This he readily accepted, trusting to the efficacy of the antidote.
He found what he went for, the antidote to the bite of the death's-head spider.