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panacea
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The House of Mirth
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  • This was a relief to Mrs. Peniston, who could give herself up to her own symptoms, and Lily was advised to go and lie down, her aunt’s panacea for all physical and moral disorders.
  • "Do you mean, like Gerty Farish, to recommend the unfailing panacea of ’a good man’s love’?"

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  • I am skeptical of political panaceas and always look for the unintended consequences.
  • The treatment helps, but it’s no panacea.

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