Simple past tense and past participle of heal. (verb)
Examples of word healed
Her body has mostly healed from the rigors of chemotherapy -- she gained some weight, her hair has grown back in and for the most part, she feels pretty good.
He said that when the world is less safe, people concern themselves with legitimate things, such as whether or not they can feed their family or how they are going to weather the winter or when their child will have healed from a recent injury, etc.
The Israelites must look upon the bronze serpent lifted on the pole, to be healed from the poison of the snakes (cf. Numbers 21, 4b-9).
But with Vanden Bosch's groin healed, three Pro Bowlers in the secondary and promising youngsters looking to get Haynesworth's snaps, the Titans defense might match its 2008 performance when its 14.6 points allowed a game ranked second to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Women burned by men who have not healed from the hurt should be careful about making comments.
-- QB Andrew Luck is completely healed from the broken right index finger he sustained in the final regular-season game that kept him out of the Sun Bowl.
He started against West Virginia because Dustin Grutza still isn't fully healed from a broken leg.
Until the child's navel healed from the umbilical displacement, mothers and children were kept indoors.
LOUIS (AP) - The early part of the season was family time for Peter Bondra while the five-time All-Star healed from a groin injury and waited for the right situation.
I sat on park benches, visited the lovely buildings, enjoyed the music and culture, ate watermelon from vendors, listened to the marimbas, offered shy "Buenos días and Gracias" whenever possible, and grew and healed from the several years of pain and grief and illness.