cured, healed, recovered
Meaning: freed from illness or injury; "the patient appears cured"; "the incision is healed"; "appears to be entirely recovered"; "when the recovered patient tries to remember what occurred during his delirium"- Normon Cameron
"After some weeks my wound healed, and I continued my journey.
By that time my arm had healed, and both my hands were at my service again.
Certes, said he, I thank God right well, through the holy vessel I am healed.
The bird breathed upon her wounds; and the flesh at once healed over, and grew again as before.
Tycho accepted the apology thus heartily rendered, and the temporary breach was permanently healed.
The ponies don't like the wind, but they are all standing the cold wonderfully and all their sores are healed up.
He got him swiftly from his horse, and taking the lad by the fringe of his hauberk, he cried, "Praise be to God, for now am I healed.
They dressed his wounds, which in general healed readily; but the lance of Moraunt was poisoned, and one wound which it made yielded to no remedies, but grew worse day by day.
Several times he pressed Gideon Spilett, but the latter, fearing, with good reason, that Herbert's wounds, half healed, might reopen on the way, did not give the order to start.
She had Nature kohl'd eyes, heavy hips and thighs and waist of slenderest guise, her sight healed all maladies and quenched the fire of sighs, for she was even as the poet cries,