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 assuages
Patience is often displeasing, but it assuages heavy hearts, and quenches malice.Early English Alliterative Poems|Various
This word alone sustains and nourishes her, and assuages all her pain.Four Arthurian Romances|Chretien DeTroyes
And to the end the foresight which guards will be as true a friend to the soldier as the kindness which assuages his pains.
Their money cannot buy all they enjoy, and God knows how much of their sorrow it assuages.Balcony Stories|Grace E. King
It is that which assuages the grief of a soldier for a dead comrade, or soon ousts it altogether from his mind.The Irish on the Somme|Michael MacDonagh