Corrective, antidote, cure, remedy, restorative, medicine, counter-agent.
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Counteractive — Coun ter*act ive ( ?kt ?v), a. Tending to counteract. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Counteractive — Coun ter*act ive, n. One who, or that which, counteracts. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
counteractive — index adverse (opposite), competitive (antagonistic), hostile, negative, renitent Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William … Law dictionary
counteractive — counter, *adverse, antagonistic Analogous words: countervailing, counterbalancing, counterpoising, compensating, offsetting, balancing (see COMPENSATE): correcting (see CORRECT vb 1): neutralizing (see NEUTRALIZE) … New Dictionary of Synonyms
counteractive — counteract ► VERB ▪ act against (something) so as to reduce its force or neutralize it. DERIVATIVES counteraction noun counteractive adjective … English terms dictionary
counteractive — adjective see counteract … New Collegiate Dictionary
counteractive — See counteraction. * * * … Universalium
counteractive — adjective That counteracts … Wiktionary
counteractive — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. nullifying, checking, countering, interfering, counter to, clashing, counterproductive; see also opposite 3 . n. Syn. relief, cure, preventive; see medicine 2 , remedy 2 … English dictionary for students
counteractive — counÂ·ter acÂ·tive || â€š kaÊŠntÉ™ rÃ¦ktÉªv adj. neutralizing by an opposite force … English contemporary dictionary