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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

Descriptive words:
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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Book See heal used in context: 100+ rhymes, 12 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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