- A solution or remedy for all difficulties or diseases: the panacea for all corporate ills the time-honoured panacea, cod liver oilMore example sentences
- Many people in the United States think that screening is a panacea, a way of warding off disease and staying healthy perhaps forever.
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mid 16th century: via Latin from Greek panakeia, from panakēs 'all-healing', from pan 'all' + akos 'remedy'.