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[ɐlˈe͡ɪ], [ɐlˈe‍ɪ], [ɐ_l_ˈeɪ]

Synonyms for Allay:

alleviate (verb)

alleviate, assuage, ease, lessen, mitigate, moderate, palliate, reduce, relieve, soothe.

calm (verb)

appease, calm, compose, console, cool, lull, pacify, placate, quell, quiet, sedate, still, tranquilize.

pacify (verb)

conciliate, defuse, ebb, hush, mollify, reconcile, smooth, soften, stabilize.

satisfy (verb)

engorge, fill, glut, gorge, gratify, quench, sate, satiate, satisfy, saturate, slake, stuff.

Other synonyms and related words:

Stupe, abate, abatement, ability, accommodate, alleviation, alloy, allure, alter, ameliorate, amulet, anesthetize, appeal, arrest, assortment, attemper, balm, bank the fire, becalm, benumb, blunt, bring to terms, calm down, change, charm, chasten, check, cheer, chill, clear, cloy, comfort, comfortableness, condole, constrain, control, cool out, cram, curb, curtail, cushion, cut down, damp, dampen, de-emphasize, dead, deaden, deaden the pain, decrease, deduct, deferment, delay, deliver, detention, dexterity, diminish, disburden, discourage, disembarrass, disencumber, dispel, ditty, docile, downplay, dulcify, dull, earnest, ease matters, ease up, easiness, economize, enchant, excuse, exempt, extenuate, extenuating, extinguish, facilitate, facility, feast, feed, fill up, foment, free, fulfil, fulfill, gentle, get rid of, give relief, gloss over, gruntle, heal the breach, hearten, help, hush up, hypnotize, impassive, imperturbable, incantation, increase, inert, jade, keep within bounds, lay, lay the dust, lenify, let-off, lighten, lighten up, make easier, make motionless, make nice, make peace, master one's feelings, meek, meet halfway, melody, mesmerize, minimize, modest, modify, modulate, moist, motionless, numb, obtund, overcome, overcome one's excitability, overdose, overfeed, overfill, overgorge, oversaturate, overstuff, pad, pall, pause, peace, peaceful, placid, play down, play up to, poultice, pour balm into, pour balm on, pour oil on, preparedness, preserve, propitiate, put, quieten, readiness, reassure, rebate, reduce fear, reduce the temperature, regale, relax, release, remedy, remit, render insensible, repose, repress, repress one's excitability, reprieve, rest, rest in, restore harmony, restrain, retrench, rock to sleep, salvage, salve, sane, save, serene, serenity, settle, shut up, silence, slack, slacken, slacken up, slaked, slow down, sluggish, smooth down, smooth over, smoothen, smother, sober, sober down, soften down, solace, somber, song, spell, square, squelch, stagnant, stifle, strain, subdue, subjugate, subside, succour, supersaturate, support, suppress, surfeit, swag, swage, sweeten, switch off, take down, take off, take over, take the bite out, take the sting out, tame, temper, to clam, tone down, tranquility, tranquillise, tranquillize, tune, tune down, turn off, unbosom, underplay, untighten, weaken.

Rhymes for Allay:

  1. pay, sway, mei, day, neigh, spray, fay, trey, ley, ca, wy, clay, ray, ney, paye, k, frey, se, flay, ay, lei, slay, nay, fray, jay, fey, shay, say, play, weigh, hay, pray, tray, yea, re, prey, stray, pei, dray, de, stay, bray, may, bay, cay, sleigh, j, lay, wei, fe, grey, way, whey, hey, ne, gray;
  2. ha, betray, cliche, crochet, ga, millay, convey, cache, risque, today, repay, beret, display, defray, decay, dismay, cafe, bouquet, fillet, astray, sorbet, buffet, manet, delay, survey, hooray, saute, da, obey, okay, halfway, monet, purvey, belay, ballet, parquet, portray, moray, filet, puree, essay, replay, array, away, passe, bombay, toupee, valet, croquet;
  3. disobey, attache, faberge, cabaret, disarray, cabernet, overstay, piaget, ira, dak, underway, fiance, overplay, underplay;
  4. naivete, communique, cabriolet;

Quotes for Allay:

  1. Defending the truth is not something one does out of a sense of duty or to allay guilt complexes, but is a reward in itself. Simone de Beauvoir.
  2. What I need to do to heal myself and to be assuring and allay the fears of others and to heal them if they had any heart wounds from something I may have said. Mel Gibson.