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cure-all

noun as in panacea

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Consuming yagé is believed to be a general cure-all for almost anything: cancer, depression, alcoholism, etc.

It would be such a relief if we had a cultural cure-all for these sources of anger and fury.

Education has long seemed like the uncontroversial cure-all for these sorts of issues.

But Islamic law has not proven to be the cure-all northerners hoped it would be.

As it happens, I know of a cure that comes pretty near being that impossible thing, a "cure-all."

So every day the old doctor and I hunted the cure-all plant among the mountains and valleys of the Blue Ridge.

He knew all about this liberty, equality and fraternity business, from across the Vosges—and he despised the cure-all.

If the new policy has been a farce politically and socially, how much more has it failed as an economic cure-all!

She was not big enough nor small enough to have a patent cure-all solution ready.

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On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cure-all, such as: elixir, magic bullet, catholicon, nostrum, magic potion, and theriac.

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

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