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Cure

To make good a default.

Cure

1. To correct an error.

2. To make a payment, either in full or in part, on a liability that is in default.
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I have fallen in love once or twice since but a glance at my lost Hetty has cured me of the slightest inclination to marry.
The workpeople, to be sure--riggers and what not--were most annoyingly slow; but time cured that.
For instance: whereas all writers and reasoners have agreed, that there is a strict universal resemblance between the natural and the political body; can there be any thing more evident, than that the health of both must be preserved, and the diseases cured, by the same prescriptions?
When Carlotta heard of the astounding reception bestowed upon her understudy, she was at once cured of an incipient attack of bronchitis and a bad fit of sulking against the management and lost the slightest inclination to shirk her duties.
The you must return to your palace, bathe, and go to sleep, and when you awake to-morrow morning you will be cured.
Directly the chariot drew within sight of the castle the beautiful bird took flight, and, making straight for the dying King, at once cured him of his sickness.
What I have here related of the death of Don Christopher de Gama I was told by an old man, who was an eye-witness of it: and there is a tradition in the country that in the place where his head fell, a fountain sprung up of wonderful virtue, which cured many diseases otherwise past remedy.
Indeed it is most admirable, if it has cured you of a patty-pan
There is nothing WRONG with America that cannot be cured by what is RIGHT with America.
He was not at all easy about the wounds which Don Belianis gave and took, because it seemed to him that, great as were the surgeons who had cured him, he must have had his face and body covered all over with seams and scars.
The Crawfords, without wanting to be cured, were very willing to stay.
Call him forth and I will give him a bond on my best yoke, so that the child is cured.