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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcurativecu‧ra‧tive /ˈkjʊərətɪv $ ˈkjʊr-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 MHable to or intended to cure illnessheal 🔊 the spring’s alleged curative propertiescurative noun [countable] 🔊 This herb was once thought to be a curative.
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curativeHomoeopathy, on the other hand, stimulates the body to heal itself and its use can be truly curative.It therefore tends to be palliative rather than curative.Orthodox medicines tend to be palliative rather than curative.For years, vintners lobbied regulators without success for permission to advertise therapeutic or curative effects of wine.So which members of the Cabinet feel the need for his curative foot massage?The aroma has everything to do with its curative powers.The mud here has long been recognized for its curative properties.Preoperative radiotherapy did not change the percentage of curative resections.A curative tumour resection was the most important prognostic factor.