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remedy, n. 1. cure, restorative, antidote, counteracted neutralizer, corrective, preventive, prophylactic, Med. specific; cure-all, panacea, elixir, cure for what ails you, cure for all ills, nostrum; medicine, medicament, medication, Med. prescription, Pharm. drug, pharmaceutical; Biochem. antibiotic, bactericide, germicide, antiseptic; sedative, tranquilizer, soporific; analgesic, Inf painkiller, anodyne, anesthetic; antitoxin, serum, vaccine; Med. vaccination, inoculation, injection, Inf. shot; tonic, Physiol., Med. stimulant; poultice, Med. pack, Med. compress; herb, homeopathic remedy; physic, purgative, cathartic, laxative; healing substance or agent, application, Pharm. lotion, Pharm. ointment, unguent, Pharm. inunction, balm, balsam, vulnerary, Pharm. cerate; liniment, embrocation, emollient, demulcent, Med. abirritant, palliative, alleviative; treatment, remedial treatment, therapy, speech therapy, Med. hydrotherapy, physical therapy, psychotherapy, group therapy. -v. 2. cure, work a cure, restore to health, make well or whole, Inf. bring around, put back on one's feet; resuscitate, revive, revivify, reanimate, bring back from death's door; heal, mend, knit, grow back together; treat, doctor, apply remedies to, give medicine to, medicate, drug, dose; physic, relieve, free from pain, ease, lessen, alleviate, palliate, mitigate, assuage, soothe, calm.
3. straighten out, rectify, set to rights; right a wrong, redress, make good, compensate for, make up for, make amends for, atone for, make reparation for, make everything all right or better; fix, fix up, repair, restore, set right or straight, adjust, regulate, correct, amend, emend; better, make better, improve, ameliorate, meliorate.
4. counteract, antidote, counterbalance, offset, counterpoise, countervail; neutralize, destroy the effect of, undo, reverse; annul, void, nullify, cancel out; remove, destroy, root out.

remember, v. 1. recall, recollect, call to mind, bethink; have at one's fingertips, have at the tip of one's tongue; put one's fingers on [s.t.], place, recognize, re-identify, Inf. spot.
2. reminisce, think back, look back, retrospect, return to thoughts of, muse; dwell upon the past, live in the past; commemorate, memorialize.
3. keep in mind, bear in mind, be aware of; review, go over, memorize, have by heart.
4. reward, tip, remunerate, recompense, requite, compensate, Obs. gratify.

remembrance, n. 1. memory, recollection, anamnesis, reminiscence, retrospect; thought, glimmering from the past, whisper from the past, something from the dim recesses of the mind, reminder, prompting; recognition, reidentification.
2. calling to mind, retrospection, recollecting, remembering, minding, looking back, reviewing the past, summoning up the past.
3. commemoration, memorial, shrine, testimonial; token, souvenir, keepsake, memento, something to remember one by, token of one's affection.

remind, v. cause to remember, put in mind, awake memories of, ring a bell; prompt, cue, throw out a hint, jog the memory, refresh the memory; call up, leave [s.o.] a note.

reminder, n. 1. prompting, cue, hint, intimation, suggestion; clue, glimmer; note, memorandum, Inf. memo, string around one's finger; phone call.
2. token, souvenir, keepsake, remembrance. See - remembrance (def. 3).

reminisce, v. remember, recollect, recall, call to mind, bethink; think back, look back, retrospect, return to thoughts of the past, muse, dwell upon the past, live in the past, sentimentalize, be nostalgic.

reminiscence, n. 1. memory, anamnesis, recollection, glimmering from the past, remembrance. See - remembrance (def. 1).

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