H : Heal

Main Entry: heal

Pronunciation: \ˈhēl\

Function: verb

Etymology: Middle English helen, from Old English hǣlan; akin to Old High German heilen to heal, Old English hāl whole

Date: before 12th century

transitive verb
1 a: to make sound or whole <heal a wound> b: to restore to health
2 a: to cause (an undesirable condition) to be overcome : mend <the troubles…had not been forgotten, but they had been healed— William Power> b: to patch up (a breach or division) <heal a breach between friends>
3: to restore to original purity or integrity <healed of sin>
intransitive verb: to return to a sound state
You just don’t heal that easy unless you’re young.
~ Sugar Ray Leonard

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