Antonyms
Etymology

1. remedial

adjective. ['rɪˈmiːdiːəl'] tending or intended to rectify or improve.

Antonyms

  • unwholesome

Etymology

  • remedialis (Latin)

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Rhymes with Remedial

  • anthiel
  • arboreal
  • ariel
  • asiel
  • aviall
  • bacterial
  • biaxial
  • bicentennial
  • biennial
  • binomial
  • biomaterial
  • bronchial
  • burial
  • centennial
  • cereal
  • ceremonial
  • coaxial
  • collegial
  • colloquial
  • colonial

How do you pronounce remedial?

Pronounce remedial as rɪˈmidiəl.

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Sentences with remedial


1. Adjective
This means you will have to take remedial college classes that cost money and demand valuable time.

Quotes about remedial


1. Low self-esteem causes me to believe that I have so little worth that my response does not matter. With repentance, however, I understand that being worth so much to God is why my response is so important. Repentance is remedial work to mend our minds and hearts, which get bent by sin.
- John Ortberg Jr., The Me I Want to Be: Becoming God's Best Version of You

2. remedial

adjective. ['rɪˈmiːdiːəl'] tending to cure or restore to health.

Synonyms

  • therapeutic
  • healing
  • curative
  • healthful
  • sanative

Antonyms

  • septic
  • unsanitary
  • infective
  • unmedicinal

Etymology

  • remedialis (Latin)
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