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panacea, palatable

1. panacea-noun
a solution or remedy for all difficulties or diseases: the panacea for all corporate ills | the time-honoured panacea, cod liver oil.
(From The Oxford Dictionary of English (2nd edition revised) in English Dictionaries & Thesauruses)provided through the University of MN


1. palatable-adjective
(of food or drink) pleasant to taste: a very palatable local red wine. • (of an action or proposal) acceptable or satisfactory: a device that made increased taxation more palatable.
(From The Oxford Dictionary of English (2nd edition revised) in English Dictionaries & Thesauruses)provided through the University of MN

But this panacea for armies and navies still had a long way to go before it was either sufficiently cheap or palatable to be accepted by the general public(Pickled, Potted, and Canned, page 249).


sentences
He thought the psychiatrist's panacea would take care of his mental sufferings, depression, and diseases, but he was wrong.
Her daugter's mother's day breakfast was very palatable and began her day with such delight.