sanative[ san-uh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF sanative
Synonyms for sanative
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SANATIVE
Simply because I know a person who possesses the sanative power I speak of.
Johnson had faith in the sanative quality of dried orange-peel.
Sleep, in short, if not a "matchless" sanative, is at least a universal one.
Even the aborigines, it was stated, had recourse to that spot for sanative purposes.
The more we argued the impossibility of supplying him, the more was he urgent and imperative for the sanative mineral.
Asses' milk, long celebrated for its sanative qualities, more closely resembles that of a woman than any other.
The place is sanative; the air, the light, the perfumes, and the shapes of things concord in happy harmony.
Then human duties, lowly though they may be, have their sanative and salutary influence on our whole frame of being.
I believe it is by a sanative virtue and a natural efficiency, which extend not to all diseases.
Aurora laughed and reinforced her expression of jolly matter-of-factness, looking into his eyes with eyes of sanative fun.