Thesaurus.com
Thesaurus / catholicon
FEEDBACK

catholicon

See definition of catholicon on Dictionary.com
  • as innostrum
  • as inpanacea
  • as incure-all
  • as inmedicament
  • as inmedication
  • as inphysic
  • as incure

synonyms for catholicon

  • cure
  • drug
  • elixir
  • fix
  • formula
  • medicine
  • panacea
  • potion
  • remedy
  • treatment
  • home remedy
  • patent medicine
  • quack medicine
  • quick fix
  • elixir
  • remedy
  • nostrum
  • cure
  • relief
  • patent medicine
Meet Grammar Coach
Write or paste your essay, email, or story into Grammar Coach and get grammar helpImprove Your Writing
Meet Grammar Coach
Improve Your Writing
Write or paste your essay, email, or story into Grammar Coach and get grammar help

antonyms for catholicon

MOST RELEVANT
  • disease
  • injury
    • problem
    • stop
    • disease
    • obstruction
    • hurt
    • hindrance
    • blockage
    • injury
    Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.
    QUIZ
    Will This Quiz On Devil Names Spell Doom Or Glory For You?
    START THE QUIZ

    How to use catholicon in a sentence

    Item satelles dicitur quia adheret alteri ad eius custodiam, Catholicon.
    SELECTIONS FROM EARLY MIDDLE ENGLISH 1130-1250: PART II: NOTESVARIOUS
    In 1407 there was a collection of fifty service books, and a Catholicon, the latter being perhaps the nucleus of a library.
    OLD ENGLISH LIBRARIESERNEST SAVAGE
    The Professor then entreated M. T. Pate to imbibe from the bottle containing his catholicon.
    THE FUNNY PHILOSOPHERSGEORGE YELLOTT
    The remedy itself was painful, but he said, "When this grand catholicon fails, it is all over with me."
    GEORGE WHITEFIELDJOSEPH BELCHER
    I soon saw the Catholicon of Spain (Spanish gold) was the chief ingredient.
    THE MEMOIRS OF CARDINAL DE RETZ, COMPLETEJEAN FRANCOIS PAUL DE GONDI, CARDINAL DE RETZ
    A colophon occurs also in the Catholicon of 1460, though it does not mention the printer's name (almost certainly Gutenberg).
    EARLY ILLUSTRATED BOOKSALFRED W. POLLARD
    They are at least copious; the Catholicon is a volume of great bulk.
    INTRODUCTION TO THE LITERATURE OF EUROPE IN THE FIFTEENTH, SIXTEENTH, AND SEVENTEENTH CENTURIES, VOL. 1HENRY HALLAM
    From the great size of the Catholicon, its circulation must have been very limited.
    INTRODUCTION TO THE LITERATURE OF EUROPE IN THE FIFTEENTH, SIXTEENTH, AND SEVENTEENTH CENTURIES, VOL. 1HENRY HALLAM
    I answer it is no catholicon, no panacea; nor is any cure for all diseases to be found.
    EVERY MAN HIS OWN DOCTORR. T. CLARIDGE
    I care not much if I untwist my committee-man, and so give him the receipt of this grand Catholicon.
    CHARACTER WRITINGS OF THE 17TH CENTURYVARIOUS
    SYNONYM OF THE DAY
    OCTOBER 26, 1985
    Choose the synonym for future
    capacitor

    WORDS RELATED TO CATHOLICON

    Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.