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heal ,Definition of heal-dictionary-healed; healing heal- new

heal Definition of heal-dictionary-healed; healing heal- new
Word forms: 3 person single current stressheal ,

 Present participle treatment, past tense, past participle heal
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heal ,Definition of heal-dictionary-healed; healing heal- new
heal ,Definition of heal-dictionary-healed; healing heal- new

heal ,Definition of heal-dictionary-healed; healing heal-new

1 verb
When a broken bone or other injury is 
cured or when something happensHe cures him,
 he becomes healthy and normal again.
The injury was done within six weeks, but it was six months before all was well.
If he operated his hand at one go and removed it, he would have been fine by now. No doctor has ever cured a broken bone: He sets them. Noun Treatments like acupuncture work and many people have been healed by them. [ Ho Synonyms: better, better, get well, more synonyms of reviving healed 2 ergative verbs Only by experiencing the depth of our pain, we can be cured and can be with it. 3. Actions

If you fix something like a crack or wound, or if it gets cured,

Today Sophie and her sister have cured the rift of the family and visit their family every weekend.
The psychological effects on the United States 
were considerable and the wounds still in Washington 
have not been completely cured.
Heal in british 1. To restore or restore health 2. (Intra; often foil above or above) (For wounds, burns etc.), for repairs by natural processes, as is done by the formation of the mark 3. (transitive) a. Treating its natural repairs (wound etc.) B. 4To cure (a disease or disorder) To restore or restore friendly relationships, goodwill, etc. Collins english dictionary Copyright Harper Collins Publishers Derivative form Treatable (enablehealable) adjective Nouns of erhealer Healing (healing) noun, adjective The word of the heel Old English hælan; Gothic Hilljon, Old High German Heilen, related to Old Norse Heale; Looking agile 1, whole Heal in the US Verb transitive 1Make sound, well, or healthy again; Restore health Fix the sick 2. a. Treatment or getting rid of (a disease) B.
The condition (a wound, to embrace, etc.) 
has to be stopped or hurt so as to restore a healthy 
3. To get rid of suffering, troubles, evil etc. 4. a. To get rid of or get rid of (grief, troubles, etc.) B. To create (a violation, differences, etc.); to solve Action intransitive 5. To become good or healthy again; Get well 6. Close or wound Talk of a wound SIMILAR WORDS: Cure Webster's New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition Copyright © 2010 by Horney Mifflin Harcourt.
All rights reserved. The word 'heel' root Me helen <æ hælan (heilen to resemble german) <base

hal, sound, healthy: watch agile 1, whole This President says that he wants to heal the wounds of a divided nation. Times, Sunday Times (2016) It's time to help rally and recover the hidden wounds. Sun (2017) It is possible that the rest of a deficiency was not allowing the injury to heal completely. The Sun (2016)
This attacks when the immune system goes into overdue - and can be fatal. Trying to fix injury or infection

The Sun (2016) Time will fix these wounds to some extent. The Sun (2016)
Most bruises do, of course, heal without a scar.
Sun (2016) To keep the family lives in the right will help to crack the heart of the frame (familylives. Sun (2017) To restore the struggle and to heal a nation. Christianity Today (2000) He is recovering from the injury and he is slowly recovering. Times, The Sunday Times (2013) Problem that it is Refuse Is not Whatsoever way To heal the pain Times, Sunday Times (2010) The sun is now in place

for family quarrels and resolve a cash situation The Sun (2007) It is clear that the wounds from this period have not completely healed The Sun (2012) It was found that his burns healed in half the time normally takes Vera Peiffer Positive Thinking: Everything you have always known into practice (2001) Zinc is needed to heal wounds and fight off infection. Holford, Patrick The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988) You can not force him strengthen your relationships The Sun (2012) You are a scarred yet healed adult Times, Sunday Times (2008). Times, Sunday Times (2016) He held back 

Times, Sunday Times (2012) The hot sun helps to heal aches and pains and recharge batteries. Times, Sunday Times (2006) The scars on the family did not heal. Times, Sunday Times (2015) After three months the scar will be completely healed The Sun (2012) Have all of the wounds healed now and do you keep in touch? The Sun (2011) Sharing ideas can help The Sun (2012)
These scars may not be when the demand recovers.

Times, Sunday Times (2011) And she could not recover The Sun (2006) And only time will be the pain. Times, Sunday Times (2010) As skin age, its ability to heal and repair itself declines Brumberg, Elaine Take Care of Your Skin (1990)
It also helps heal burns, research found.
The Sun (2008)
It heals by repair; So it is going to be 100 percent cent
Times, Sunday Times (2016)



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