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dulcify

[ duhl-suh-fahy ]
/ 藞d蕦l s蓹藢fa瑟 /
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verb (used with object), dul路ci路fied, dul路ci路fy路ing.
to make more agreeable; mollify; appease.
to sweeten.
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Origin of dulcify

1590鈥1600; <Late Latin dulcific膩re, with -fy for -fic膩re

OTHER WORDS FROM dulcify

dul路ci路fi路ca路tion, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for dulcify

dulcify
/ (藞d蕦ls瑟藢fa瑟) /

verb -fies, -fying or -fied (tr)
rare to make pleasant or agreeable
a rare word for sweeten

Derived forms of dulcify

dulcification, noun

Word Origin for dulcify

C16: from Late Latin dulcific膩re, from Latin dulcis sweet + facere to make
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