Similar words: cure, cured, secure, real, uncured, procure, obscure, epicure. Meaning: n. hypothetical remedy for all ills or diseases; once sought by the alchemists.
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1. Investment is not a cure-all for every economic problem.
2. He viewed herbs as a virtual cure-all.
3. But there is no cure-all medication for these kids.
4. The initiative is no cure-all, emphasizes Ross Forney, who led the supporters.
5. This legislation is no cure-all, but it will be an important improvement.
6. Investment is often portrayed as a cure-all for the economic ills of rich countries.
7. The ancient Romans used garlic as a cure-all for everything from boils to bee stings.
8. But it is not a cure-all.
9. Winthrop often treated kids with his top secret cure-all "rubila, " later revealed by Oliver Wendell Holmes to be a mix of antimony and saltpeter(sentencedict.com), a precursor to the explosive potassium nitrate.
10. It is not a cure-all for security problems from XML transparency, by any means.
11. Once touted as an environmental and economic cure-all, corn ethanol has had a rough year.
12. There may be no single cure-all for sleeplessness, but such promising alternatives should help more night owls wake in the morning feeling refreshed.
13. He said the introduction of market discipline to the economy was not a magic cure-all for its problems.
14. Vouchers as a ticket out of the public school systems is the cure-all of others.
15. He thinks the devices are important, but not the cure-all for cleaning up vehicle exhaust.
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16. But in our view, they are too often looked upon as cure-all solutions to persistent problems.
17. However, leptin did not turn out to be the amazing cure-all for which scientists, physicians, and patients had hoped.
18. Wang Yi, an accountant, said the Expo was seen as a kind of cure-all for the economy.
19. For as long as there have been folk remedies, apple cider vinegar has been touted as a cure-all for all kinds of skin and hair problems.
20. The term snake oil comes from the 19th-century American practice of selling cure-all elixirs in traveling medicine shows.
21. Pawpaw ointment, made from pawpaw or papaya, is commonly used as a cure-all in Australia.
22. Broussais was the first physician to use leeches as a cure-all.
23. Technology can be like marital Prozac: It isn't a cure-all and there are plenty of side effects, but often it helps take the edge off.
24. Bush said countries must recognize that government intervention is not “a cure-all” and warned it may hurt market efficiency if it goes too far.
25. Denigrated by some as a fashionable flash in the pan and job killer and praised by others as a cure-all – the online production of templates is a profitable but controversial phenomenon.
26. I know these are tiny recommendations and they don't provide a cure-all, but you should notice a change for the better if you implement these alongside whatever your doctor recommends.
27. The second reason not to view the exchange rate as a cure-all is that economies, like battleships, tend to turn slowly.