Sunday, February 09, 2014
Definitions for dulcify
- to make more agreeable; mollify; appease.
- to sweeten.
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Citations for dulcify
The delectable little Dutch songs with which she used to dulcify the house grew less and less frequent, and she would forget her sewing, and look wistfully in her father’s face as he sat pondering by the fireside.
Time had not dulcified the tempers of the three elder.
Origin of dulcify
Dulcify is derived from the Latin word dulcis meaning "sweet." It entered English around 1600.