Morbid, tainted, vitiated, peccant, contaminated, tabid, tabescent, mangy, poisoned, immedicable, gasping, moribund 360.
(Phrases). Out of sorts; out of joint; out of heart; good for nothing; on the sick-list; in a bad way; hors de combat; worn to the stump; on one's last legs; at the last gasp.
Preservation of health, hygiene, sanitation.
(Verbs). To be salubrious, etc., to agree with.
(Adjectives). Salubrious, wholesome, healthy, sanitary, salutary, salutiferous, healthful, agreeing with, tonic, prophylactic, bracing, benign.
Innoxious, innocuous, harmless, uninjurious, innocent.
Remedial, restorative, sanatory, etc. (see 662), nutritious, hygienic.
Malaria, etc. 663.
(Adjectives). Insalubrious, insanitary, unsanitary, unhealthy, ungenial, uncongenial, unwholesome, morbific, mephitic, septic, deleterious, pestilent, pestiferous, pestilential, virulent, poisonous, toxic, contagious, infectious, catching, epidemic, epizootic, endemic, pandemic, zymotic, deadly, innutritious 645.
(Phrase). "There is death in the pot."
Repair, reparation, cicatrisation, correction, reform, reformation, epuration, purification, etc. 652, refinement, relief, redress, limè labor.
New edition; réchauffé, rifacimento, revision, revise, recension, redaction.
Reformer, Radical, Liberal, Progressive.
(Verbs). To be, become, or get better, etc., to improve, mend, advance, progress 282, to get on, make progress, gain ground, make way, go ahead, pick up, rally, recover, get the better of, get well, get over it, pull through, convalesce, recuperate.
(Phrases). To be oneself again; to take a new lease; to turn over a new leaf; be all the better for.
To render better, improve, mend, amend, better, meliorate, ameliorate, advance, push on, forward, enhance.
To relieve, refresh, restore, renew, redintegrate, heal, etc. (see 660); to palliate, mitigate.
To repair, refit, retouch, revise, botch, vamp, tinker, cobble, clout, patch up, touch up, cicatrise, heel- piece, darn, fine-draw, rub up, do up, furbish, refurbish, polish, bolster up, caulk, careen; to stop a gap, to stanch.
To purify, depurate 652, defecate, strain, filter, rack, refine, disinfect, chasten.
To correct, rectify, redress, reform, restore 660, mellow, cook, warm up, set to rights, put straight, straighten out, revise.
(Adjectives). Improving, etc., improved, etc., progressive, corrective, reparatory, emendatory, revisory, sanatory, advanced.
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