That Church was at this time in a state of great disorder, which Calvin had in vain tried to tranquillize, at Neuchatel.
Every effort should be made to tranquillize and reassure the patient.
Success always inflamed Cæsar, just as it seemed to tranquillize John.
But this letter did not tranquillize Dorcas, to whom it was written.
They made a sign to her to tranquillize herself, and hastened to their mother to state her request.
In the case of Jolin, how speedily did it tranquillize and cheer his mind.
But she saw nothing to inspire fears—indeed there was much to tranquillize them.
He addressed to her no language that could tranquillize her fears.
It is shaped and set to stand and abide where men consort, to unify their minds, and tranquillize their strifes.
Her presence never failed to soothe, tranquillize, and encourage him.
tranquilize tran·quil·ize or tran·quil·lize (trāng'kwə-līz', trān'-)
v. tran·quil·ized or tran·quil·lized, tran·quil·iz·ing or tran·quil·liz·ing, tran·quil·iz·es or tran·quil·liz·es
To make tranquil; pacify.
To sedate or relieve of anxiety or tension by the administration of a drug.
To become tranquil; relax.
To have a calming or soothing effect.