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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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To nurture back to a sound condition. To make someone who is ill become healthy again.

Usage examples (35)
  • Giveing myself a little time to heal is a good thing.
  • Had to heal from the inside out, rather than outside in.
  • As to your insinuation of “hackery,” physicin heal thyself.
  • Please let it finally be over and let us heal from the Clintons. for more
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  • "He'll" (contraction for he will) "heal" (make healthy again) his sore "heel" (the round back part of the human foot) with herbs.
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