heal definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to replace to health or soundness; treatment. See Synonyms at treatment.
    • to create right; restoration: healed the rift between us.
    • To restore (an individual) to spiritual wholeness.
    • To cover, as a roof, with tiles, slate, lead, or even the want.
    • to help make hale, sound, or whole; to heal of an illness, injury, or other derangement; to restore to soundness or wellness.
    • to get rid of or subdue; to cause to pass away; to cure; -- stated of a disease or a wound.
    • to replace to original purity or integrity.
    • To reconcile, as a breach or huge difference; in order to make entire; to free from guilt; as, to cure dissensions.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To become whole and sound; go back to wellness.
    • to develop sound; to go back to a sound condition; ; -- often with up or higher.
  • verb:
    • to disguise; conceal; hold secret.
    • To cover, as for defense.
    • to help make much better; to bring back, recover, or treatment.
    • In order to become better.
    • improve your health once again
    • supply an end to, make healthier once again
    • heal or recover
  • noun:
    • health
    • Wellness.
    • wellness; well being.
  • others:
    • which will make whole or sound; restore to health or soundness; remedy: because, to heal the ill.
    • to bring back to healthy conditions; remove some thing evil or noxious from: cleanse; clean; strengthen.
    • to treat; pull, restore, or counteract by salutary or useful means: as, to cure a quarrel or a breach.
    • to cultivate whole or sound; go back to a sound condition: with reference to a wound, often with up or higher.
    • to cover up; conceal; keep key.
    • To cover, in terms of protection.
    • To cover (the origins of woods and flowers), typically in an inclined or slanting place, with soil, when they have-been removed from the ground, and before setting all of them forever: typically combined with inside.
    • A variant spelling of heel.

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