What is another word for tranquillising?

Pronunciation: [tɹˈankwɪlˌa͡ɪzɪŋ] (IPA)

Tranquillising is a word used to describe something that has a calming effect on a person or situation. There are many synonyms for the word that can be used interchangeably to convey a sense of peace, serenity or tranquility. Synonyms for the word may include soothing, calming, relaxing, pacifying, comforting, quieting, stilling, and appeasing. Each of these words offers a slightly different tone or connotation, but all refer to something that brings a sense of calm and peace to a situation. Whether used in the context of medicine, psychology or general life, synonyms for tranquilizing can be used to describe a variety of situations.

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What are the hypernyms for Tranquillising?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for tranquillising?

The antonyms of the word "tranquillising" are quite easy to conceptualize. In general, tranquillizing means to make someone feel calm and peaceful. Therefore, the opposite of tranquillising would be words such as agitating, disturbing, and upset. Words like chaotic, frenetic, and anxious could also be used as antonyms of tranquillising. Additionally, if you wanted to emphasize a sense of violence, you could use agitating, violent, or explosive, to use as an antonym of tranquillising. Similarly, if one wanted to describe a loud, disorganized, and overwhelming feeling, they could use hysterical, maniacal, or frantic as antonyms of tranquillizing.

What are the antonyms for Tranquillising?

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Usage examples for Tranquillising

It seemed to the excited girl to be a soft tranquillising veil let down upon the agitations and excitements of the day.
"Old Kensington"
Miss Thackeray
The silence of the country was very tranquillising and quieting.
"Old Kensington"
Miss Thackeray
The incident was, in the nature of things, almost overpoweringly exciting to his wife, in spite of the truly miraculous courage with which she supported it; and he desired, therefore, to call in the aid of the mysteriously tranquillising effect of familiar scenes and faces.
"Robert Browning"
G. K. Chesterton

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