soothed

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Simple past tense and past participle of soothe
past of soothe
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To bring comfort or relief
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To ease or relieve pain or suffering
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To calm or placate someone or some situation
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{n} truth, reality
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{a} pleasant
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{v} to flatter, please, calm, soften, gratify
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truth or reality; "in sooth"
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True; faithful; trustworthy
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{i} truth, reality (Archaic)
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Blandishment; cajolery
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Truth; reality
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truth or reality; "in sooth
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{s} (Archaic) true; soft
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Truth
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True
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Pleasing; delightful; sweet
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Augury; prognostication
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To assent to; to comply with; to gratify; to humor by compliance; to please with blandishments or soft words; to flatter
soothe
Something that soothes a part of your body where there is pain or discomfort makes the pain or discomfort less severe. body lotion to soothe dry skin. + soothing sooth·ing Cold tea is very soothing for burns
soothe
To assent to as true
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give moral or emotional strength to
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cause to feel better; "the medicine soothes the pain of the inflammation
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To assuage; to mollify; to calm; to comfort; as, to soothe a crying child; to soothe one's sorrows
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If you soothe someone who is angry or upset, you make them feel calmer. He would take her in his arms and soothe her It did not take long for the central bank to soothe investors' fears. + soothing sooth·ing Put on some nice soothing music
soothe
cause to feel better; "the medicine soothes the pain of the inflammation"
soothe
{f} calm, pacify, quiet; comfort, appease
soothed

    Turkish pronunciation

    sudhd

    Pronunciation

    /ˈso͞oᴛʜd/ /ˈsuːðd/

    Etymology

    [ 'sü[th] ] (verb.) 1697. Middle English sothen to verify, from Old English sOthian, from sOth.

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