sanative

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adjective san·a·tive \ˈsa-nə-tiv\

Definition of sanative

  1. :  having the power to cure or heal :  curative, restorative

Examples of sanative in a sentence

  1. <there's nothing like the sanative value of a good night's sleep>

Origin and Etymology of sanative

Middle English sanatif, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin sanativus, from Latin sanatus, past participle of sanare to cure, from sanus healthy


First Known Use: 15th century


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sanative

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adjective san·a·tive \ˈsan-ət-iv\

Medical Definition of sanative

  1. :  having the power to cure or heal :  curative


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