Panacea refers to a solution to problems. An example of panacea in a sentence might be, Some people believe coconut oil is a panacea for all health problems, curing every possible illness.
There are no antonyms of panacea.Panacea has no antonym.
His idea was not the panacea he thought it would be.
Panacea Society was created in 1918.
The eerie baglady offered a panacea for the upset womans unwanted situation. panacea basically means a remedy or cure all.
Highly frustrated with his miseries and problems, he has made drinking his panacea.
Chicken soup is a panacea, people think it helps stop colds or the flu.
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One day they hope to find the ultimate panacea and cure all of the world's ills.
Panacea - 2009 I was released on: USA: 22 April 2009 (Barebones International Film Festival)
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The Doctors tried to search for a panacea but soon figured out it was a myth no one has come up with a cure all medicine
A "cure-all." Mostly used figuratively and derisively. Example: The Republicans seem to think tax cuts for the rich are a panacea for the economy. Or, if you prefer: Democrats see stricter gun control as a panacea for preventing the occasional deranged killer from going on shooting sprees.
Panacea - 2009 II was released on: USA: 23 October 2009 (Sacramento Horror Film Festival)
A 'panacea' is a cure-all, not a disease.
Hipprocratic oath taking by professional accantants a panacea for the prevention of fraud and corrupt practices. justify?
catholicon. cure-all. nostrum.
a cure for all diseases or troubles
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