|calm, soften, pacify, relieve, pacify somebody, soften something, temper something||mollify|
|(about hemp or flax fibers) soften by soaking in water, prepare by dampening with water, soak plant fibers||ret|
|(Surgery) surgical procedure in which the stapes bone in the inner ear is replaced with a prosthetic device (to relieve deafness), surgical removal of bone in ear||stapedectomy|
|(trademark) brand of ibuprofen medication used to relieve pain and reduce fever or inflammation (produced by Whitehall-Robins Healthcare)||Advil|
|a trademark for a lip balm in the form of a stick, applied to the lips to prevent or relieve chapping||Chap Stick|
|a trademark for a medicinal preparation of the painkiller meperidine, brand name of meperidine, narcotic drug prescribed to relieve pain||Demerol|
|abate, comfort and affluence, comfort; calm; lack of difficulty; easy manner, lack of awkwardness, loosen something, make easier; calm, soothe; free, release (from pain, etc.); loosen, make something easier, make something less unpleasant, maneuver gen...||ease|
|ability to stay calm in crisis||presence of mind|
|able to relieve spasms or convulsions (Pharmacology), antispasmodic||spasmolytic|
|absence of crime, architectural style, arrange items, arrange things neatly, arrangement of items, arrangement; instruction; command; request for something; religious group, call for calm, classification of chemical reactions, command; request somethin...||order|
|absence of noise, allay, calm or motionless, displaying calmness, done in private, free from trouble, make or become quiet, make silent, make noiseless; pacify, calm; be pacified, be calmed; be reticent, remain silent; become quiet, making little noise...||quiet|
|acetaminophen, crystalline compound used to reduce fever and relieve pain (Medicine)||paracetamol|
|acidic liquid that is made from a natural fermentation process and is often used for cooking and as a condiment; sourness; vitality, ill temper, sour-tasting liquid||vinegar|
|acquit, absolve, clear of blame, declare innocent; relieve of an obligation, free from a duty, free somebody from an obligation, free somebody from blame or guilt||exonerate|
|acquit; release, set free; forgive, pardon, forgive somebody, pronounce somebody blameless, relieve somebody of obligation||absolve|
|act of calming by administering a sedative drug; influence of sedative drugs, state of calm, use of sedatives||sedation|
|act of scraping; act of making a small cut; act of scraping with the fingernails to relieve an itch; act of making a grating sound; act of scribbling; process of obtaining with difficulty; act of deleting||scratching|
|act of smoothing, act of smoothing; part or place that is free from irregularities and roughness, even out roughness, frictionless, hairless, insincerely convincing, lessen bad feelings, level, not rough, flat; free from obstacles, unhindered; calm, se...||smooth|
|action to relieve itching, assembled hastily, cancel something, cause itching, delete something, done randomly, drag something along surface, for jotted notes, handicap of zero, incur penalty, just get by, make fluke shot, make harsh noise, make mark i...||scratch|
|activity or subject, calm controlled behavior, church rules, conscious control over lifestyle, make yourself do something regularly, making people obey rules, order and control, punish, punish; bring order; train, punishment, teach obedience or order t...||discipline|
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