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Definition of "cured" []

  • (of food) treated by salting, smoking, or drying in order to preserve it (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of cure. (verb)

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Use "cured" in a sentence
  • "It was, he went on to show, because they believed that the ills of human society could be cured, _and only cured_, by a proper understanding and a proper observance of the laws of economics that men like his father advocated Free Exchange so strongly and opposed every attempt to disestablish it."
  • "Our Lord is the owner of our body and soul; and they had no doubt that in bringing their sick to him, they would be cured: «And all who touched him were cured» (Mk"
  • "This game wins points for education, and despite its inaccurate betrayal of medical science (you are NOT, in fact, cured from a cold by little spaceships shooting asprin at your pancreas), was a truly unique game in an era of Space Invader clones."