The "single taxer" sees in this a cure-all for the ills of society.
Cross-pollination, be it remembered, is not a cure-all for failures to set fruit.
Then cure-all salve must be rubbed in where patches of skin came off.
Let us pray that they be given the ballot to prove to them its utter futility as a cure-all.
Of course it has the patent-medicine flavor, too; Detroit, by her "slogan," is a cure-all.
Never felt I so enamoured of that which seems to be the cure-all.
The priests connected with his worship vended a liquor which purported to be a sort of 'cure-all.'
As it happens, I know of a cure that comes pretty near being that impossible thing, a "cure-all."
I took the cure-all betimes, as the lairds tak' their mornin' o' French brandy.
This cure-all, like the preceding aquatic physic, had the merit of being cheap.