anodyne

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Capable of soothing or eliminating pain

Paracetamol has an anodyne effect.

A source of relaxation or comfort
Noncontentious, blandly agreeable, unlikely to cause offence or debate

Classical music is rather anodyne.

Soothing or relaxing

Classical music is rather anodyne.

Any medicine or other agent that relieves pain
{n} a medicine to assuage pain and dispose to sleep
{a} mitigating pain, easing
herbs that have action of pain relief
Eases pain
Affects nervous system and nerve function due to its ability to relieve pain An anodyne is milder than an analgesic
\AN-uh-dyn\, adjective: 1 Serving to relieve pain; soothing 2 Not likely to offend; bland; innocuous
a medicine used to relieve pain
analgesic
general pain reliever
capable of relieving pain; "the anodyne properties of certain drugs"; "an analgesic effect"
Soothing Painkilling Analgesic
A medicine that relieves pain
A substance that reduces pain
A preparation for pain relief (i e willow bark)
Serving to assuage pain; soothing
A source or relaxation or comfort
Any medicine which allays pain, as an opiate or narcotic; anything that soothes disturbed feelings
{s} reducing pain; soothing
{i} anodyne agent, drug used to soothe pain
disapproval If you describe something as anodyne, you are criticizing it because it has no strong characteristics and is not likely to excite, interest, or upset anyone. Their quarterly meetings were anodyne affairs. = bland. expressed in a way that is unlikely to offend anyone = bland (anodynus, from , from an- + odyne )
anodynous
anodynes
plural of anodyne
anodyne

    Silbentrennung

    an·o·dyne

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    Etymologie

    [ 'a-n&-"dIn ] (adjective.) 1543. From Medieval Latin anodynus (“pain-removing”) Latin anodynus (“painless”) Ancient Greek ἀνώδυνος (anōdynos, “free from pain”) ἀν- (an-, “without”) + ὀδύνη (odynē, “pain”).

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