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Things heal often describes (“heal ________”)
transfer, conduit, thyself, estate, wounds, resection, all, atresia, treatment, disease, diversion, anastomosis, felicity, ing, bypass, exchanger, property, ulcers, capacity, yourself, loss, collection, hospitality, geoffrey, ambrose, method, flow, mucosa, conduits, exchangers, stroke, loop, o.w., stasis, jane, obstruction, balance, production, check, conduction, spell, source, carcinoids, diverticulum, actions, edith, exhaustion, pouch, g.m., replacement, injuries, energy, transport, conf, gain, release, vein, the, sink, involvement, thy, damage, losses, 1995a, fig, alls, digestibility, flux, prop., burns, accumulation, skill, carcinoid, wages, bladder, tumors, loops, sores, hoc, prunella

How heal often is described (“________ heal”)
self, specific, latent, most, great, sore, young, red, last, all, latter, general, intense, low, wounded, sensible, cornea, mortal, joint, quick, total, excessive, blue, gentle, elderly, mental, former, untended, 333, warm, smooth, ill, needy, sick, extreme, ole, wise, canst, uriary, internal, left, less, mucous, newborn, ail, radiant, injured, rash, eardrum, solar, acute, brave, moderate, external, bright, rectum, fetus, dry, pulmonary, moist, spiritual, cerebral, how, oral, pharynx, intestinal, thousandfold, patient, sufficient, aged, tympanic, fervent, severe, clean


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See heal used in context: 100 poetry verses, 12 Shakespeare works, 34 Bible passages, 7 definitions

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