detoxify

[ UK /diːtˈɒksɪfˌa‍ɪ/ ]
[ US /dɪˈtɑksəˌfaɪ/ ]
VERB
  1. remove poison from
    detoxify the soil
  2. treat for alcohol or drug dependence
    He was detoxified in the clinic
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How To Use detoxify In A Sentence

  • If insurance problems or other factors prevent referral, it is possible to detoxify the patient on an outpatient basis.
  • I had only water for dinner and told myself I was "detoxifying madrigle Diary Entry
  • I rattled and sang to detoxify the current of anger the anti-abortion marchers projected.
  • At this point, it becomes difficult for the body to maintain nutritional homeostasis, utilize nutrients appropriately, synthesize plasma proteins, and detoxify noxious substances.
  • Dr McLoughlin said what was needed was a place where alcoholics could detoxify.
  • And so, having such words, such poisonous concepts, they are forced into paradox to detoxify and break down these concepts. THE BROKEN GOD
  • Garlic and onions are medicinal for their allyl sulphides antioxidant and detoxifying activity.
  • It's part of the Conservatives 'effort to' 'detoxify' 'the party, to purge the traces of The Age News Headlines
  • They have a large spa where they offer treatments like "Native Sun Purification" that purifies your hair and scalp using traditional herbs and oils and "Detoxifying Mud Wraps" for an additional cost (they range roughly from $100 to $125). Relaxation For Every Budget: New York Spa Getaways
  • And sweating, it turns out, is one of the best ways to detoxify.
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