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Therapeutic vs. Therapeutical

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Therapeuticadjective

Of, or relating to therapy.

Therapeuticaladjective

therapeutic

Therapeuticadjective

Having a positive effect on the body or mind.

Therapeuticaladjective

relating to or involved in therapy;

‘therapeutic approach to criminality’;

Therapeuticnoun

(medicine) A therapeutic agent

Therapeuticadjective

Of or pertaining to the healing art; concerned in discovering and applying remedies for diseases; curative.

‘Medicine is justly distributed into "prophylactic," or the art of preserving health, and therapeutic, or the art of restoring it.’;

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Therapeuticnoun

One of the Therapeutæ.

Therapeuticadjective

tending to cure or restore to health;

‘curative powers of herbal remedies’; ‘her gentle healing hand’; ‘remedial surgery’; ‘a sanative environment of mountains and fresh air’; ‘a therapeutic agent’; ‘therapeutic diets’;

Therapeuticadjective

relating to or involved in therapy;

‘therapeutic approach to criminality’;

Therapeuticadjective

relating to the healing of disease

‘diagnostic and therapeutic facilities’;

Therapeuticadjective

administered or applied for reasons of health

‘a therapeutic shampoo’;

Therapeuticadjective

having a good effect on the body or mind; contributing to a sense of well-being

‘a therapeutic silence’;

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Therapeuticnoun

the branch of medicine concerned with the treatment of disease and the action of remedial agents.

Therapeuticnoun

a treatment, therapy, or drug

‘current therapeutics for asthma’;

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