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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishantidotean‧ti‧dote /ˈæntɪdəʊt $ -doʊt/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 MHa substance that stops the effects of a poisonantidote to There is no known antidote to a bite from this snake.2 COMFORT/MAKE somebody FEEL BETTERsomething that makes an unpleasant situation better laughter, the antidote to stress
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antidoteHowever inadequate she was proving as an antidote to his nightmares she was, none the less, an attractive asset during the day.Unless an antidote is given immediately the patient could die.Just now work seemed the best antidote to the frustration that was boiling inside her.The best antidote to censorship is publicity.a nerve gas antidoteThere is no known antidote to a bite from this snake.There is no known antidote to this poison.Although our inner lives have been relentlessly diminished by ecosocial isolation, the antidote lies in recovering awareness of our context.antidote toShows such as "Sesame Street" are an antidote to the violence and commercialism of television.
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