There is only one cure for the evils which newly acquired freedom produces; and that cure is freedom.
So potent a cure was the delight of the coming excursion that Ben was over not only the next day with Moose Jones, but every day after, until the time for the departure arrived; for there were many interesting matters to be settled.
Clarendon says, that the King's cause labored under an incurable disease of want of money, and that the only cure for starvation was a victory.
The cure for nationality is forgetfulness, but Balkan nationalism is rooted altogether in the past.
In the third class, again, no miracle is proclaimed unless the cure is either instantaneous, or the period of it very considerably shortened beyond all known examples of natural cure by suggestion."
The sovereign cure for care is--God.
M. le Cure is an admirable person.
M. le Cure is not the man to flinch; and as he passed, walking as usual very quickly and straight, his soutane brushed against the blouse of Jacques.
He tells Argan that his doctors will confess this much, that the cure of a patient is a very minor consideration with them, "toute l'excellence de leur art consiste en un pompeux galimatias, en un specieux babil, qui vous donne des mots pour des raisons, et des promesses pour des effets."
The only cure for the evils which come from ignorance and shiftlessness is the abolition of ignorance and shiftlessness; and this is slow work.
We may say at once, therefore, that it is not so easily remedied as that simpler defect; that, although identical principles will be followed in its treatment, cure must be a matter of some considerable time.
The cure was startled on suddenly hearing the words, "Signor Cure, in the presence of these witnesses, this is my wife."
Nevertheless, the cure of these, too, is but a question of time, though, to carry on the metaphor, I think in either case the hapless rider loses some of the zest and dash which distinguished his earlier performances, previous to discomfiture.
--Monsieur le Cure is a trifle abrupt, said Marcel, bat he has an excellent heart.
The Cure was a charming old fellow, and explained all the plants to me.
There is no doubt whatever that Crusoe learned an erroneous lesson that day, and was firmly convinced thenceforth that the best cure for a fainting fit is a melancholy yell.
Cure of melancholy is either Sect 1.
The leaves are cured like tea.
All women, to say the least, are as vain as they are sensitive, whence, the cure for sensitiveness is vanity.
An example of what I mean is the astute saying, frequently heard nowadays: "The cure for democracy is more democracy."
They were keen about that, and the cure was the keenest of them all.
The only cure against snake bite is snake anti-venom.
No administrative reforms are at all practicable; their moral maladies have attacked the vital element; the sole cure is conquest, and the substitution of Christian Governments in Northern Africa, and Turkey in Europe and Asia.
The newspapers were always talking about him, his cures were constantly puffed and advertised by way of inducing fine ladies to trust themselves to his skill.
A popular cure for ringworm in Scotland is a decoction of sun-spurge (Euphorbia helioscopia), or, as it is locally termed, "mare's milk."
Its juice has long been deemed potent against warts, and a Lincolnshire cure for eyes affected by rheumatism or weakness is a poultice made of rotten apples.