Then there was the charm of the magician, so sanative, so blessed, felt directly any volume of that glorious number was opened.
Simply because I know a person who possesses the sanative power I speak of.
And you don't think two years' prison, two years' slavery, was sanative enough without the denial of his just compensation?
Sleep, in short, if not a "matchless" sanative, is at least a universal one.
The mind thus becomes "a silent, transforming, sanative energy" of great potency and power.
The more we argued the impossibility of supplying him, the more was he urgent and imperative for the sanative mineral.
Probably imposture is of a sanative, anodyne nature, and man's gullibility not his worst blessing.
The place is sanative; the air, the light, the perfumes, and the shapes of things concord in happy harmony.
Cochrane spoke first, as he said he was going to do, about the apparently poisonous or sanative effects of drugs.
Then human duties, lowly though they may be, have their sanative and salutary influence on our whole frame of being.
sanative san·a·tive (sān'ə-tĭv)
Having the power to cure; healing or restorative.