noun, plural rem·e·dies.
verb (used with object), rem·e·died, rem·e·dy·ing.
Origin of remedy
SYNONYMS FOR remedy
Related formsnon·rem·e·dy, noun, plural non·rem·e·dies.un·rem·e·died, adjective
Examples from the Web for remedying
It rather proceeds from a certain hopelessness of remedying excessive and organic ill.
What do you make of people who say we should fight crime by remedying root causes—income inequality, poor education, etc.
The gosha-gr is an implement for remedying the warp of a bow-tip and string-notch.The Bbur-nma in English|Babur, Emperor of Hindustan
In that capacity it was incapable of diagnosing, much less of remedying, the gravest material ills of Ireland.The Framework of Home Rule|Erskine Childers
Many voted for the instrument with the hope of remedying its imperfections after admission into the Union had once been effected.History of the Constitutions of Iowa|Benjamin F. Shambaugh
I made up my mind that poverty didn't pay, and I have succeeded in remedying the state of affairs.One Day's Courtship|Robert Barr
The French genius has an instinct for remedying its own evil work, and France gives always the best cure for "Frenchiness."Varied Types|G. K. Chesterton