curatives

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The elder people say he is bewitched, but he will have none of their curatives.

Freedom is the name of the organ that specially spreads Mrs. Wilmans' light and curatives.

Exorcism, shackles, and the whip were the penalties rather than the curatives for mental maladies.

The Anglo-Saxons made use of runic inscriptions, not only as curatives, but also to banish melancholy and evil thoughts.