capable of being cured.
capable of being cured
curable cur·a·ble (kyur’ə-bəl)
Capable of being cured or healed.
noun 1. Also, British, kerb. a rim, especially of joined stones or concrete, along a street or roadway, forming an edge for a sidewalk. 2. anything that restrains or controls; a restraint; check. 3. an enclosing framework or border. 4. Also called curb bit. a bit used with a bridoon for control of a horse, […]
noun 1. Often, curds. a substance consisting mainly of casein and the like, obtained from milk by coagulation, and used as food or made into cheese. 2. any substance resembling this. 3. Also called curd cheese. Chiefly Northeastern and Southern U.S. cottage cheese. 4. the edible flower heads of cauliflower, broccoli, and similar plants. verb […]
verb (used with or without object), curdled, curdling. 1. to change into curd; coagulate; congeal. 2. to spoil; turn sour. 3. to go wrong; turn bad or fail: Their friendship began to curdle as soon as they became business rivals. Idioms 4. curdle the / one’s blood, to fill a person with horror or fear; […]
noun 1. a means of healing or restoring to health; remedy. 2. a method or course of remedial treatment, as for disease. 3. successful remedial treatment; restoration to health. 4. a means of correcting or relieving anything that is troublesome or detrimental: to seek a cure for inflation. 5. the act or a method of […]