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What is another word for soothing?

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Adjective
Having a gently calming effect
“The relaxing sound of the water was more soothing than a new age meditation tape.”
Adjective
Reducing pain or discomfort
“Lotions with peppermint oil can be especially soothing to tired feet.”
Adjective
Mild or soothing in effect or degree
Adjective
(of a place, period of time, or situation) Without disturbance, activity or excitement
Adjective
Melodiously or musically soft and sweet
Adjective
(of words or language) Soothing and not harsh or angry
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Willing to make concessions or characterized by pacifism
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Tending to induce sleep or drowsiness
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Serving to alleviate a person's feelings of grief or distress
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Generally pleasing to the senses
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Recuperative or having the essence of healing
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Dreamy and unaware of one's surroundings, for example because one is in love
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Comfortable and cozy, as a home would be
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Containing oil
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Low in audible volume
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mumUK
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Noun
The action of making something less extreme, intense, or violent
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The action or process of appeasing, conciliating, or preserving the peace
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Reduction of, or freedom, from pain
Verb
Present participle for to provide comfort or assuagement to
“To soothe the feeling I curled up into a ball on my bed and tried to sleep.”
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Present participle for to provide assuagement or palliation to
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“The poor and the needy who turn up for treatment at the hospital are now confident that the free drug cell working inside this room will soothe their pain.”
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Present participle for to relieve the distress or suffering of
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Present participle for to tranquilize by giving a sedative
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Present participle for to touch or stroke gently or lovingly
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Present participle for cleanse
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Present participle for to treat someone medically, as a doctor would
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Present participle for to persuade someone to do something
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Present participle for to act as a mediator between two parties
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Present participle for to feel sorrow for the misfortunes of
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Present participle for to flatter
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