Sentence for cure | Use cure in a sentence

Cure sentence example. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use cure in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for cure.

  • Cure for all evils, um? (8)
  • You must help to cure him. (10)
  • London would soon bring its cure. (4)
  • Last night ended your sulphur cure. (8)
  • They tell me I ought to take a cure. (8)
  • The only thing we cannot cure is age. (8)
  • Do you think that you could cure him? (13)
  • They cure their own hams at that house. (10)
  • Or possibly the thing may work its own cure. (9)
  • I will not say I meant to work a homoeopathic cure. (10)
  • It affected me so, I made the worst of it for a cure. (10)
  • The cure was long and obstinate, and Winton badly bored. (8)
  • Mansfield shall cure you both, and without any taking in. (4)
  • You may judge of what you are by the quality of the cure. (10)
  • We have the malady, whatever may be the cure or the cause. (10)
  • She wished to cure Emilia of her love for Mr. Wilfrid Pole. (10)
  • This fever will cure him, they say it sobers like bloodletting. (10)
  • A kind of poison to him, of course; but there are poisons that cure. (10)
  • They are an almost positive cure of inflammatory internal conditions. (10)
  • Is it not honest to pretend to have only one cure for mortal maladies? (10)
  • This is not a complete cure, however, although it is a big improvement. (17)
  • You think with your gloved hands you can cure the trouble of the century. (8)
  • This persistent person we turn over to the head clown and watch the cure. (21)
  • How by vengeful prickings cure the deep wound, disperse the canker in her life? (8)
  • This was the first cure she had attended since the long-past time at Wiesbaden. (8)
  • And while Betty was at the sea with little Gyp, she would take her father to his cure. (8)
  • The interjection was her customary specific for the cure of these little tricks of her blood. (10)
  • His cure was hereditary, and he fortunately possessed some private means, for he had a large family. (8)
  • My aunt expressed her view mildly, that I was sent for to help cure the young lady of her delusion. (10)
  • A speedy cure must not be hoped, but everything was going on as well as the nature of the case admitted. (4)
  • And that was a prospect bearing resemblance to hopes of the cure of a malady through a sharp operation. (10)
  • Nathless her forehead twitched a sad content, To think the cure so manifest, so frail Her charm remaining. (10)
  • Perhaps he thought the smell of wealth a promising cure for such fits of insubordination as I had exhibited. (10)
  • She could have said, Her free confession was to work his cure, Show proofs for why she could not love or wed. (10)
  • March thanked them, but said he was keeping up the terms of his cure, and was getting in all the walking he could. (9)
  • Thus would he be acting as his own chirurgeon, gaily practising phlebotomy on his person to cure him of his fever. (10)
  • In those three days she had stumbled on the secret he had kept for two years, and had instantly decided to cure him. (8)
  • His habit of falling under the table is middling old-fashioned; but she may like him the better, or she may cure him. (10)
  • But the thing will work its own cure, and a sound-hearted and courageous people weary at length of sniveling over their disasters. (2)
  • Wait, and we shall forge him curbs, Put his fangs to uses, tame, Teach him, quick as cunning herbs, How to cure him sick and lame. (10)
  • Nicholas passed his hand over his thin, clean-shaven cheeks, very rosy after his summer cure; a slight pout had gathered on his lips. (8)
  • He was afraid of showing disquiet by any dramatic change, or he would have carried her off a fortnight at least before his cure was over. (8)
  • She asked when Mrs. March was going on to Carlsbad, and Mrs. March answered, the next morning; her husband wished to begin his cure at once. (9)
  • Nay, but earnestness works out its own cure more surely than frenzy, and it should be preferable to think him sound of heart, sincere though mistaken. (10)
  • Absorbed by longings, he but vaguely realised the turmoil of Commemoration, which had gathered its hundreds for their annual cure of salmon mayonnaise and cheap champagne. (8)

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