cureall definition

  • noun:
    • alternate spelling of cure-all.
    • a fix for all conditions, or even for all ills; a panacea.
    • a fix for many kinds of diseases; a panacea.
    • The name of varied plants having genuine or supposed medicinal virtues: generally a translation like heal-all and all-heal, but used especially toward liquid avens, Geum rivale, together with garden or lemon balm, Melissa officinalis. The evening-primrose, Ĺ’nothera biennis, is named king's cure-all.
    • hypothetical fix for all ills or diseases; as soon as sought by the alchemists
    • Alternative spelling of cure-all.
    • an answer for several conditions, and for all ills; a panacea.
    • A remedy for many kinds of conditions; a panacea.
    • The name of various plants having real or supposed medicinal virtues: in most cases a translation like heal-all and all-heal, but applied specifically to the water avens, Geum rivale, and the garden or lemon balm, Melissa officinalis. The evening primrose, Ĺ’nothera biennis, is called king's cure-all.
    • hypothetical remedy for all ills or diseases; when looked for because of the alchemists

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