Pronunciation of Heal
/h_ˈiː_l/, /hˈiːl/, /hˈiːl/
Antonyms for heal:
disable, maim, waste, afflict, damage, deteriorate, debilitate, die, collapse, hurt, sink, languish, wither, wilt, mangle, enervate, worsen, misdiagnose, ail, mutilate, wound, sicken, weaken, impair, harm, aggravate, relapse, enfeeble, regress, lacerate, sap, come down, degenerate, lay up, fail, cripple, decline, fade, lame, injure.
Usage examples for heal:
- I can blow you strong, my brother, I can heal you, Hiawatha!" - "The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow", Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
- How I longed to help, to heal, to cure! - "Mary Marie", Eleanor H. Porter.
- " Somebody," he would say gently, " must help and heal and neighbor with these people." - "Green Valley", Katharine Reynolds.
Quotes for heal:
Rhymes for heal:
- beale, spiel, beil, feel, neill, neall, steele, teel, heel, teal, veal, gilles, squeal, neile, teale, creel, diel, seal, leal, peal, keel, weil, steal, neal, beal, deal, reel, she'll, peel, kneel, seel, cele, ciel, he'll, zele, scheele, eel, kiel, steel, we'll, deel, riel, wheel, skeel, neil, peale, shiel, meal, mele, neel, deale, teall, beall, real, peele, zeal, niel, smeal, neale;
- emile, savill, macneal, morrill, emil, reseal, mcneal, mcneil, o'neal, ordeal, genteel, cecile, lucille, appeal, brasil, anneal, o'neill, repeal, verrill, oneal, lucile, ideal, adriel, corneal, camille, congeal, ferrill, conceal, unreal, nevil, puerile, surreal, unseal, macneill, abele, reveal, shaquille, mcneill;
- averill, villarreal;