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comfort, soothe, console, solaceverb
give moral or emotional strength to
cause to feel better
"the medicine soothes the pain of the inflammation"
To prove true; verify; confirm as true.
To confirm the statements of; maintain the truthfulness of (a person); bear out.
To assent to; yield to; humour by agreement or concession.
To keep in good humour; wheedle; cajole; flatter.
To restore to ease, comfort, or tranquility; relieve; calm; quiet; refresh.
To allay; assuage; mitigate; soften.
To smooth over; render less obnoxious.
To calm or placate someone or some situation.
To ease or relieve pain or suffering.
To temporise by assent, concession, flattery, or cajolery.
To bring comfort or relief.
Etymology: From sothen, from soþian, from sanþōnan, from sont-. Cognate with sande, sanna, sanna,,. See also sooth.
Soothe is a multi-national wellness service provider based out of Los Angeles, California. The company allows users to request the services of a massage therapist, cosmetologists, and estheticians. Since its launch in 2014, the mostly mobile app-based company has received significant press coverage and has expanded its service area to include many cities and counties in the United States. It also provides services in Australia, Canada, the UK, Ireland, and Germany.
to assent to as true
to assent to; to comply with; to gratify; to humor by compliance; to please with blandishments or soft words; to flatter
to assuage; to mollify; to calm; to comfort; as, to soothe a crying child; to soothe one's sorrows
Soothe is a Bjørn Lynne dance album released in 2004.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
sōōth, v.t. to please with soft words: to flatter: to soften, allay.—ns. Sooth′er, one who, or that which, soothes: (Shak.) one who gains by blandishments, a flatterer; Sooth′ing (Shak.), flattery (also adj.).—adv. Sooth′ingly. [A.S. gesóthian, to confirm as true—sóth, true.]
The numerical value of soothe in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of soothe in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Examples of soothe in a Sentence
The one thing I remember most about Joanna Gaines stories, Joanna Gaines would always tell us when we were little, ‘ When I moved here when I was 19, I would cry myself to sleep every night because I missed my mother’s food, ’ and so Joanna Gaines, somehow, found some Korean women in the community that would cook for Joanna Gaines and then that would kind of just soothe Joanna Gaines.
It is a positive initiative for the system, we hope the announcement itself will soothe the market, so that a bigger portion of the fund can be used for bad debts.
There is no specific agreement for a phased rollback of the tariffs, the American side has been ambiguous when and which tariffs will be lifted. The Chinese have some wishful thinking and are trying to soothe their domestic hardliners that the tariffs will someday come off.
50 More Ways To Soothe Yourself Without Food.
Dreams are our truest friends: they entertain us, they encourage us, they educate us, they soothe us, and most importantly they free us.
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- calmarCatalan, Valencian
- at lindreDanish
- besänftigen, lindern, beruhigenGerman
- aliviar, descansar, aliviarse, calmarSpanish
- lievittää, tyynnyttääFinnish
- apaiser, soulagerFrench
- alleviare, mitigare, lenireItalian
- whakanene, mamahuMāori
- koić, uspokajać, ukoić, uspokoićPolish
- alina, liniști, potoli, domoliRomanian
- облегчать, ублажать, успокоить, успокаивать, умиротворить, облегчить, умиротворятьRussian
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