I highly doubt that anyone not already in a state of despair would look to war as an antidote to Godlessness.
We are now served up daily portions of God-fearing Tim Tebow as antidote.
Good relations with Washington symbolize Global Israel, the rival good (if not the antidote to) Greater Israel.
Reformers understood that constructive societal evolution was the antidote to socialist revolution.
The book is an antidote to the current trend toward hyperactive parenting.
In short, the censorship did what it always does: it left the poison on the table and carefully locked up the antidote.
I only wished that my mother had been present to receive an antidote to Mrs. Coates.
In an old book of recipes I find them mentioned as an antidote to poison.
Now, where can he find an antidote, who can teach him a healing formula?
The antidote for all these ills culminating in death was the tree of life.
"remedy counteracting poison," 1510s (earlier in English as a Latin word), from Middle French antidot and directly from Latin antidotum "a remedy against poison," from Greek antidoton "given as a remedy," literally "given against," verbal adjective of antididonai "give in return," from anti- "against" + didonai "to give" (see date (n.1)). Cf. Middle English antidotarie "treatise on drugs or medicines" (c.1400).
antidote an·ti·dote (ān'tĭ-dōt')
An agent used to neutralize or counteract the effects of a poison.