Antonyms for healings

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


If God set in the Church 'healings,' it certainly is not in heaven.

He tells us that he "felt the healings drop upon his soul from under His wings."

What have his dealings with us been, but pardons, healings, restorations?

I know, Ever-Undefiled One, that you are an inexhaustible and generous treasury of healings.

Anointings and healings were of frequent occurrence, many of which appeared miraculous even unto ourselves.

Henry VII was the first monarch to establish a particular ceremony to be observed at the healings.

These events could not fail to attract attention, and miracles or healings from his prayers were of constant occurrence.

Open the life of his disciple, St. Anthony of Padua ( 1231); it is a tiresome catalogue of prodigies, healings, resurrections.

The retirement does not follow naturally upon this series of healings, much less upon these words, and so is omitted.

There were visions, prophesyings, speaking in tongues and healings, as well as the casting out of devils and unclean spirits.