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synonyms for healed

  • alleviate
  • fix
  • improve
  • mend
  • rebuild
  • reconcile
  • regenerate
  • rehabilitate
  • rejuvenate
  • repair
  • restore
  • revive
  • settle
  • soothe
  • treat
  • ameliorate
  • attend
  • compose
  • conciliate
  • convalesce
  • doctor
  • dress
  • free
  • harmonize
  • knit
  • medicate
  • meliorate
  • reanimate
  • remedy
  • renew
  • renovate
  • resuscitate
  • revivify
  • salve
  • set
  • bring around
  • get well
  • make healthy
  • make sound
  • make well
  • make whole
  • minister to
  • patch up
  • physic
  • put on feet again
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antonyms for healed

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  • break
  • damage
  • destroy
  • harm
  • hurt
  • ignore
  • injure
  • kill
  • neglect
  • ruin
  • unsettle
  • upset
  • weaken
  • worry
  • finish
  • halt
  • worsen
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How to use healed in a sentence

Mud flats that dry, crack, get wet, heal and then crack again have cells averaging six sides and six vertices, following the roughly hexagonal Voronoi pattern.
SCIENTISTS UNCOVER THE UNIVERSAL GEOMETRY OF GEOLOGYJOSHUA SOKOLNOVEMBER 19, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
With rest, these problem can usually heal on their own within a few weeks.
TEEN ATHLETES WITH EVEN MILD COVID-19 CAN DEVELOP HEART PROBLEMSPARTHO SENGUPTANOVEMBER 18, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
At an early stage of a crack, for example, self-healing pavement would activate super absorbent polymers to absorb water and produce concrete-like material that fills in the crack.
SMART CONCRETE COULD PAVE THE WAY FOR HIGH-TECH, COST-EFFECTIVE ROADSLUNA LUNOVEMBER 13, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
I realized my art therapy was not healing these women in any profound way.
AILEEN WUORNOS KILLED. I KNEW HER. AND I KNOW WHYEUGENE ROBINSONNOVEMBER 10, 2020OZY
Over the course of the series, we see LBY do many kinds of prosocial acts, including healing Mando’s allies and comforting and protecting his bounty hunter companion in times of need.
WHAT MAKES BABY YODA SO LOVABLE? - FACTS SO ROMANTICMORGAN K. HOKE & DOUGLAS K. SMITNOVEMBER 4, 2020NAUTILUS
Indeed, caution the researchers, it’s possible that both sexes take equally long to heal, but that boys simply may stop reporting symptoms earlier in their recovery.
MANY STUDENT ATHLETES FACE RISK OF CONCUSSIONS THAT HEAL SLOWLYREBECCA E. HIRSCHNOVEMBER 2, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
In creating PLANET AFROPUNK we’ve designed a safe space for our community to celebrate and inspire, cry and shout, and to heal and motivate one another.
AFROPUNK IS GOING VIRTUAL! ARI LENNOX, COMMON, TIWA SAVAGE, TOBE NWIGWE & MORERACHAELL DAVISOCTOBER 22, 2020ESSENCE.COM
It changes itself, heals itself, and finds other ways to do things.
HOW OLD SHOULD A PRESIDENT BE?DANIEL J. LEVITINOCTOBER 22, 2020VOX
In recent years, thinkers and academics have increasingly called for the public to consider compulsory voting as a way to heal the US’s electoral woes.
COULD COMPULSORY VOTING SAVE DEMOCRACIES IN CRISIS?ALEXANDRA OSSOLAOCTOBER 22, 2020QUARTZ
The only thing that heals this body is revival of civic grace.
BARRETT CONFIRMATION HEARING DAY FOUR: ‘WE HAVE THE VOTES,’ MCCONNELL SAYS OF NOMINATIONSEUNG MIN KIM, DONNA CASSATA, KAROUN DEMIRJIANOCTOBER 15, 2020WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO HEALED

  • better
  • healed
  • recuperated
  • rehabilitated
  • revived
  • well
  • conserved
  • cured
  • defended
  • freed
  • guarded
  • healed
  • maintained
  • preserved
  • protected
  • reclaimed
  • released
  • rescued
  • safe
  • safeguarded
  • salvaged
  • secure
  • unthreatened
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