Definition of Sanative

1. Adjective. Tending to cure or restore to health. "Therapeutic diets"

Exact synonyms: Alterative, Curative, Healing, Remedial, Therapeutic
Similar to: Healthful
Derivative terms: Cure, Remedy



Definition of Sanative

1. a. Having the power to cure or heal; healing; tending to heal; sanatory.

Definition of Sanative

1. Adjective. That cures or restores; curative or restorative ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sanative

1. having the power to cure or heal [adj]

Medical Definition of Sanative

1. Having a tendency to heal. Origin: L. Sano, to cure, heal (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sanative

samshu
samshus
samson
samsonite
samuelsonite
samurai
samurais
samvydav
san
sanability
sanable
sanableness
sanatarium
sanation
sanations
sanative (current term)
sanativeness
sanatoria
sanatorium
sanatoriums
sanatory
sanbenito
sanbenitos
sanbornite
sancai
sancais
sance bell
sancho
sanchos
sancoche

Literary usage of Sanative

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Presbyterian Historical Almanac and Annual Remembrancer of the Church by Joseph M. Wilson (1862)
"EL KING, of Gainesville, Pa., writes : " I have used your sanative Fills for the last ten years, and have recommended them to many families, and have never ..."

2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1842)
"... from its action upon the other kinds—they cause their coagulation. CRK ART. XIX.—Tht sanative Influence of Climate: with an account of the best ..."

3. Pneumonia: Its Supposed Connection, Pathological and Etiological, with by René La Roche (1854)
"Cause of fevers destroyed or mitigated by sanative measures.—The morbid effect of the cause is destroyed or mitigated, and its action neutralized by ..."

4. The Divine Law of Cure by Warren Felt Evans (1884)
"AND sanative INFLUENCE! OF THOUGHT. Mind is the only active power in the universe, and to most people its influence is unintelligible and incomprehensible. ..."

5. Elements of Pathological Anatomy by Samuel David Gross (1857)
"Ulceration a sanative effort. ULCERATION may be defined to be the molecular death of a part, or mortification in miniature, attended with the disintegration ..."

6. The Presbyterian Historical Almanac and Annual Remembrancer of the Church by Joseph M. Wilson (1862)
"EL KING, of Gainesville, Pa., writes : " I have used your sanative Fills for the last ten years, and have recommended them to many families, and have never ..."

7. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1842)
"... from its action upon the other kinds—they cause their coagulation. CRK ART. XIX.—Tht sanative Influence of Climate: with an account of the best ..."

8. Pneumonia: Its Supposed Connection, Pathological and Etiological, with by René La Roche (1854)
"Cause of fevers destroyed or mitigated by sanative measures.—The morbid effect of the cause is destroyed or mitigated, and its action neutralized by ..."

9. The Divine Law of Cure by Warren Felt Evans (1884)
"AND sanative INFLUENCE! OF THOUGHT. Mind is the only active power in the universe, and to most people its influence is unintelligible and incomprehensible. ..."

10. Elements of Pathological Anatomy by Samuel David Gross (1857)
"Ulceration a sanative effort. ULCERATION may be defined to be the molecular death of a part, or mortification in miniature, attended with the disintegration ..."

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