verb (used with object), as·suaged, as·suag·ing.
Words nearby assuage
Origin of assuage
OTHER WORDS FROM assuageas·suage·ment, nounas·suag·er, nounun·as·suaged, adjectiveun·as·suag·ing, adjective
Examples from the Web for assuagement
Tom was not one who, in a hot moment, for the assuagement of his wrath, would bang down his fist and consign himself to a purpose.The Walking Delegate|Leroy Scott
The night was passed in great anguish, and the morrow's light brought no assuagement of her pain.
Chaucer does not endeavour to console him; he knows the only assuagement for such sorrows, and leads him on to speak of the dead.A Literary History of the English People|Jean Jules Jusserand
They witnessed the fever raging in his blood—the fever that clamored for assuagement from her.Heart of the Blue Ridge|Waldron Baily
Violently will my breast then heave; violently will it blow its storm over the mountains: thus cometh its assuagement.Thus Spake Zarathustra|Friedrich Nietzsche