relieve

567 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ɹɪlˈiːv], [ɹɪlˈiːv], [ɹ_ɪ_l_ˈiː_v]
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Synonyms for Relieve:

aid (verb)

abet, aid, assist, attend, benefit, encourage, endow, facilitate, foster, fund, help, minister, mother, motivate, serve, support, sustain, tend.

alleviate (verb)

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

console (verb)

comfort, commiserate, console, reassure, sympathize.

dismiss (verb)

absolve, discharge, dismiss, dispel, except, excuse, exempt, free, liberate, license, pardon, permit, privilege, release, reprieve, stay.

interrupt (verb)

break, delay, interrupt, pause, postpone, recess, snag, stop, suspend.

lighten (verb)

lighten, unload.

pacify (verb)

appease, calm, compose, conciliate, cool, defuse, ebb, hush, lull, mollify, pacify, placate, quell, quiet, reconcile, smooth, soften, stabilize, tranquilize.

relieve (verb)

cure, remedy.

rescue (verb)

deliver, emancipate, extricate, rescue, save.

Other synonyms and related words:

Stupe, Unlade, Unstop, abandon, abate, abridge, absorb, accept, acquit, act, act for, adopt, advance, affluent, alms, alternate, altorilievo, ameliorate, amend, ample, amuse, anaglyph, anesthetize, annex, apologise, apologize, apply a remedy, appropriate, appropriately, aptly, aright, arouse to action, arrogate, assume, assure, avail, back, back off, bail out, bas relief, bassorilievo, be light, bear, bear a hand, bear through, bear up, becomingly, befriend, beg off, benevolent, benevolent actions, benevolent and generous, benumb, bereave, better, bleed, blunt, boost, borrow, bright, brighten, bring aid, bring through, buy out, buy up, calm down, cameo, capture, carry, carry through, change, change places with, charitable, cheer, clear, comfortableness, comforting, condole, condole with, condone, conduct, conquer, conserve, consign, consolatory, control, correct, correctly, counteractive, cover, cover for, cross a stream, crowd out, cup, curtail, cushion, cut, cut the knot, deaden, deaden the pain, decently, decrease, deep, delight, deliverance, delivery, denude, deobstruct, deoppilate, deprive, deprive of, deregulate, despoil, differ, differentiate, diminish, disburden, discontinue, disembarrass, disencumber, disengage, disentangle, disentitle, dislodge, dispense, dispensed, displace, displant, dispossess, dissent, disunify, divaricate, diverge, diversify, divert, divest, do a hitch, do a stint, do a tour, do good, do over, do time, doctor, dole out alms, dose, double, double for, drain, drench with physic, dress the wounds, duely, dull, duly, ease a burden, ease matters, ease one of, ease up, ease up on, eased, easiness, easing, economise, economize, elegant and dignified, eliminate, end, enlist, exactly, exchange, exculpate, exemplify, exonerate, explain, extenuate, extinguish, extricate from, extrication, facility, fairly, fall, fat, favor, favour, fecund, fill in for, fitly, fittingly, flap as wings, foment, force to resign, forgive, forgiving, forsake, forward, free from, fruitful, full, further, gentle, get rid, get rid of, ghost, ghostwrite, give a hand, give a boost, give a break, give a hand, give a leg up, give a lift, give a rest, give a shove, give comfort, give expression to, give for charity, give help, give relief, give up, gladden, go, good deeds, grand, gratify, harbor, have a go, have little weight, have tenure, heal, hearten, heavy, help out, high relief, hold office, hold open, humor, hush up, improve, intaglio, interchange, interpret, justify, justly, keep, keep a watch, keep open, kick the beam, knock over, lay, lay aside, lend a hand, lend one aid, lenify, let, let blood, let go, let-off, liberal, liberation, lift, lighten one of, lighten the labor, lighten up, lightening, loose, loosen, loot, low relief, lubricate, maintain, make easier, make less unpleasant, make light, make lighter, make motionless, make unnecessary, manicure, manumit, medal, medallion, meliorate, mend, merciful, mezzorilievo, milk, mine, minister to, mulct, neatly, nicely, numb, nurse, off-load, opulent, pad, physic, pinch-hit, pinch-hit for, plaster, please, plentiful, plunder, politely, popularize, poultice, pour balm into, pour oil on, precisely, preserve, prevent, productive, proffer aid, prolific, promote, properly, propitiate, protect, pull, pull out, push forward, put, put at ease, put forward, qualify, quench, quieten, raise, raise the sleeves, rally, ransack, ransom, rationalise, rationalize, re-up, readiness, reanimate, reawaken, recite, reclaim, recovery, recruit, rectify, redeem, redemption, redress, reduce weight, reenforce, reenlist, refresh, regularly, reinforce, relax, relief, relinquish, remit, remove, render assistance, render easy, repair, reparation, repeat, replace, repose, represent, resign, restore, resurrect, resuscitate, retain, reverse, revitalize, revive, revivify, rich, rid, rifle, rightly, rip off, rob, rotate, salvage, salvation, salve, satisfy, save up, scavenge, seemly, seize, serve time, set agoing, set at ease, set forward, set free, set up, settle, shake, shake off, shorten, shut up, sign up, silence, slacken, slacken up, slacken up on, slake, soften down, solace, spare, spell, spend less, stand, stand in for, stick up, still, strip, sub, sub for, subdue, subrogate, subside, subsidize, substitute, substitute for, succeed, succor, succour, supersede, supplant, supply, suppress, swap, swap places with, switch, swop, sympathize with, take away from, take down, take from, take in tow, take load off one's chest, take load off one's mind, take off, take on, take over, take over for, take over from, take the place of, take turns, tap, temper, terminate, throw out, time off, tone down, tranquility, tranquillise, tranquillize, treat, unballast, unbosom, unburden, unclog, understudy, understudy for, unfreeze, unloose, unloosen, unravel, untie, untie the knot, untighten, uphold, usurp, variate, variegate, vary, void, weaken, weigh lightly, well-off, work for, work with, yank.

Rhymes for Relieve:

  1. heave, eve, peeve, sleeve, greave, reave, leave, cleave, grieve, weave;
  2. conceive, believe, achieve, aggrieve, perceive, naive, retrieve, receive, aleve, reprieve, deceive, geneve;
  3. interweave, misperceive, misconceive, disbelieve;

Quotes for Relieve:

  1. Running is a great way to relieve stress and clear the mind. Joan Van Ark.
  2. Putting a little time aside for clean fun and good humor is very necessary to relieve the tensions of our time. Hattie McDaniel.
  3. People who relieve others of their money with guns are called robbers. It does not alter the immorality of the act when the income transfer is carried out by government. Cal Thomas.

Idioms of Relieve:

  1. relieve sm of sth;
  2. relieve one of one's duties;
  3. relieve you of sth;