What is another word for make well?

Pronunciation: [mˌe͡ɪk wˈɛl] (IPA)

There are several synonyms for the phrase "make well" or "heal." Some options include cure, mend, fix, restore, rehabilitate, rejuvenate, and recover. Each word implies a slightly different level of healing or improvement. For example, "cure" indicates a complete resolution of an illness or condition, while "mend" implies a fixing of a specific issue or injury. "Rehabilitate" suggests a process of restoring functional abilities after an injury or illness, while "recover" indicates a return to prior health. Choosing the appropriate synonym depends on the specific context and level of healing needed.

What are the hypernyms for Make well?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for make well?

The opposite of "make well" is "make sick," which is the act of causing harm or illness to someone or something. Another antonym for "make well" is "worsen," which means to make something worse or more severe. To "deteriorate" is also an antonym of "make well," referring to the gradual decay or decline of something. "Poison" is another antonym that signifies the act of contaminating or tainting something with a harmful substance. Lastly, "harm" refers to the act of causing injury or damage to someone or something, which is the opposite of making them well.

What are the antonyms for Make well?

Famous quotes with Make well

  • Behold and see! For by the same Might, Wisdom, and Goodness that I have done all this, by the same Might, Wisdom, and Goodness I shall make well all that is not well; and thou shalt see it.
    Julian of Norwich
  • The cause why He willeth that we know, is for that He would have us the more eased in our soul and set at peace in love — leaving the beholding of all troublous things that might keep us back from true enjoying of Him. This is that Great Deed ordained of our Lord God from without beginning, treasured and hid in His blessed breast, only known to Himself: by which He shall make all things well. For like as the blissful Trinity made all things of nought, right so the same blessed Trinity shall make well all that is not well.
    Julian of Norwich

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