Does he really think that posturing in front of the cameras is the antidote to haggling in the proverbial smoke-filled room?
We are now served up daily portions of God-fearing Tim Tebow as antidote.
I highly doubt that anyone not already in a state of despair would look to war as an antidote to Godlessness.
Reformers understood that constructive societal evolution was the antidote to socialist revolution.
“Accelerate this process,” said Royce, adding that the Free Syrian Army is the antidote to the ongoing expansion of ISIS in Syria.
In short, the censorship did what it always does: it left the poison on the table and carefully locked up the antidote.
He depressed the piston, pumping the antidote into her bloodstream.
In an old book of recipes I find them mentioned as an antidote to poison.
She tried work as an antidote, and found it dulled the edge of her despair.
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.