3. To become healed.
One desperate grief cures with another's languish.
(||Cu`ré") n. [F., fr. LL. curatus. See Curate.] A curate; a pardon.
(Cure"*all`) n. A remedy for all diseases, or for all ills; a panacea.
(Cure"less), a. Incapable of cure; incurable.
With patience undergo
A cureless ill, since fate will have it so.
1. One who cures; a healer; a physician.
2. One who prepares beef, fish, etc., for preservation by drying, salting, smoking, etc.
(||Cu*rette") n.[F., fr. curer to cleanse.] (Med.) A scoop or ring with either a blunt or a cutting
edge, for removing substances from the walls of a cavity, as from the eye, ear, or womb.
(Cur"few) n. [OE. courfew, curfu, fr. OF. cuevrefu, covrefeu, F. couvre-feu; covrir to cover +
feu fire, fr. L. focus fireplace, hearth. See Cover, and Focus.]
1. The ringing of an evening bell, originally a signal to the inhabitants to cover fires, extinguish lights,
and retire to rest, instituted by William the Conqueror; also, the bell itself.
He begins at curfew, and walks till the first cock.
The village curfew, as it tolled profound.
2. A utensil for covering the fire. [Obs.]
For pans, pots, curfews, counters and the like.
(||Cu"ri*a) n.; pl. Curle [L.]
1. (Rom. Antiq.) (a) One of the thirty parts into which the Roman people were divided by Romulus.
(b) The place of assembly of one of these divisions. (c) The place where the meetings of the senate
were held; the senate house.
2. (Middle Ages) The court of a sovereign or of a feudal lord; also; his residence or his household. Burrill.
3. (Law) Any court of justice.
4. The Roman See in its temporal aspects, including all the machinery of administration; called also
(Cu"ri*a*lism) n. The view or doctrine of the ultramontane party in the Latin Church. Gladstone.
(Cu"ri*a*list) n. One who belongs to the ultramontane party in the Latin Church. Shipley.
(Cu`ri*a*lis"tic) a. [L. curialis belonging to the imperial court, fr. curia, LL., also, counselors
and retinue of a king.]
1. Pertaining to a court.