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curing

[ kyoor ]SEE DEFINITION OF curing

Synonyms for curing

  • healing
  • sanative
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That is, he could work wonders like the fairies and excel the doctors in curing diseases.

I have great hopes of curing the child, if she can be well fed.

I think something else must have had a hand in curing me, Tom.

The only certain means of curing them consists in not contracting them.

The generals accordingly, having recognised the defect, set about curing it.

The worse it sounds, the more credit we get for curing it, you see.

The curing of cheese develops not only flavor, but texture and digestibility.

I'd fain have shot one but for the bother of skinning and curing.

They will not be ripe for cooking before six months after their curing.

We doctors are great at naming diseases; greater than at curing them.

WORD ORIGIN

parish priest, from French curé (13c.), from Medieval Latin curatus (see curate).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CURING

comforting

adjectivecheering

medicinal

adjectivecurative
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