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adjective as in recovered

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adjective as in saved

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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.

With rest, these problem can usually heal on their own within a few weeks.

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.

I realized my art therapy was not healing these women in any profound way.

From Ozy

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.

When her wounds have healed, perhaps Mack can use her newfound celebrity to help others in danger.

The Great War claimed many more victims long after the torn, corpse-strewn landscape of France and Flanders had healed.

Convincing them that Grace is worthy of being healed is Step One.

While no one doubts that Diaz is healed, surviving brain aneurysms is not exactly miraculous.

The sick sister was healed after relics from John XXIII were placed on the fistula on her abdomen.

Now Isaias had ordered that they should take a lump of figs, and lay it as a plaster upon the wound, and that he should be healed.

And they healed the breach of the daughter of my people disgracefully, saying: Peace, peace: and there was no peace.

And they healed the breach of the daughter of my people disgracefully, saying: Peace, peace: when there was no peace.

Babylon is suddenly fallen, and destroyed: howl for her, take balm for her pain, if so she may be healed.

But on the shore thereof, and in the fenny places they shall not be healed, because they shall be turned into saltpits.


On this page you'll find 72 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to healed, such as: rehabilitated, revived, better, recuperated, and well.

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