What is another word for Assuaging?

Pronunciation: [ɐswˈe͡ɪd͡ʒɪŋ] (IPA)

Assuaging refers to the act of easing or relieving pain, discomfort or anxiety. When trying to express this verb in alternative ways, one could consider using synonyms like calming, soothing, pacifying, mollifying, appeasing, placating, alleviating, mitigating or lessening. Each of these words essentially conveys the same sense of making something better or easing a situation. For instance, calming implies restoring order or peace while soothing evokes a sense of gentle comfort. Pacifying brings to mind efforts to maintain harmony while appeasing suggests trying to fulfill someone's expectations or demands. Whatever word used, assuaging typically denotes an effort to alleviate negative emotions or unpleasant experiences.

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Usage examples for Assuaging

In a few hours, my dear, I may see your mother; and I shall tell her that I left her child Assuaging her own sorrow by ministering to others.
"His Sombre Rivals"
E. P. Roe
Gazing at her, he breathed relief; all his features indicated the sudden, unexpected Assuaging of eternal and intense desires.
"The Lion's Share"
E. Arnold Bennett
How could--" "My dear Mrs. Cable, he was not told; if he has found out-I could not prevent his discovering the truth through his own efforts," he interrupted in a tone more Assuaging than convincing to her; and then, hitching his chair closer, and lowering his voice a note, he continued: "The papers had to be taken out-but you must not worry about him-you can depend on me."
"Jane Cable"
George Barr McCutcheon

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