Origin of assuage
OTHER WORDS FROM assuageas·suage·ment, nounas·suag·er, nounun·as·suaged, adjectiveun·as·suag·ing, adjective
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How to use assuage in a sentence
Rashad also issued an apology on July 2 for her initial Cosby Tweet, but it has not been enough to assuage some of her critics.
The statements made by Lordstown execs Tuesday appeared to be an attempt, which backfired, to assuage investors.Lordstown Motors reverses claims about ‘binding orders’ for electric pickup truck|Kirsten Korosec|June 17, 2021|TechCrunch
It is obviously predicated not on assuaging concerns but, instead, on generating them.
The rise of curated marketplaces is one attempt to assuage brands’ fears, giving them the tools to filter for the inventory and target audience that matches their goals and KPIs.
When Arora posted about getting the vaccine even though she was still nursing, other breast-feeding women reached out to thank her for assuaging their fear.These Moms Work as Doctors and Scientists. But They've Also Taken On Another Job: Fighting COVID-19 Misinformation Online|Eliana Dockterman|March 24, 2021|Time
Needless to say, scheduling major events on the Jewish High Holidays does nothing to assuage those concerns.Klutzy Conservative Jewish Outreach at the Values Voter Summit|Ben Jacobs|September 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Paul sacrifices little with his base and can only assuage doubts among those concerned about his views on foreign policy.Rand Paul Attempts To Woo Neocons By Cutting Aid To Palestinians|Ben Jacobs|April 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Obama was not elected on the strength of crossover votes from Republicans seeking to assuage their guilt.Sorry, Michele Bachmann. We Are Ready for a Female President. And It’s Partially Because of You.|Eleanor Clift|February 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But the GOP could assuage that tension by promulgating a hard-core, Republican version of gay and straight marriage.
Nursing helped to assuage injuries, fatigue, crankiness, and even sickness.The Bogus Breastfeeding Debate Over Nursing Older Kids|Diane Wiessinger|May 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And there being constant danger of excess, the effort ought to be by force of public opinion to mitigate and assuage it.Key-Notes of American Liberty|Various
The water, to which were added a few drops of primus alcohol, helped to assuage our thirst.The Home of the Blizzard|Douglas Mawson
Anything,—anything to assuage in him that sense of ineptitude, of being ignored, a titled nonentity!The Lieutenant-Governor|Guy Wetmore Carryl
A growing thirst for beauty has come upon the city, and architects are earnestly studying how to assuage it.America To-day, Observations and Reflections|William Archer
Home is the sphere of the deepest sorrows; the highest consolation of religion should assuage its griefs.How to be Happy Though Married|E. J. Hardy.