Assuage in a Sentence

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Definition of Assuage

to provide relief; causing to feel better

Use Assuage in a sentence

  1. In an effort to assuage angry customers, the store issued everyone a full refund.

  2. To help assuage my guilt, I told the truth.

  3. Knowing that my grandfather pulled through heart surgery does assuage my nerves.

  4. Warm soup does very little to assuage my sore throat.

  5. Not even a bribe to the carnival will assuage my ferocious little sister.

  6. Following the catastrophic gun shooting on campus, counselors rushed in to assuage grieving students.

  7. Having friends by my side will assuage the worries of becoming a parent.

  8. While smoking may assuage stress, it will upset your overall health.

  9. Aspirin will assuage your headache.

  10. You could assuage the crowd by being less tense and more humorous with your character.

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Assuage synonyms

soothe, relieve, alleviate, ease, calm, lessen, comfort, console, satisfy

Assuage antonyms

aggravate, exacerbate, upset, agitate, disturb