Thesaurus / allay


Museums have protocols in place to allay many of these fears, including delayed data release policies and temporary embargoes that allow researchers to finish projects before their data are made available to the public.

How fossil preservation and public health are intertwinedBy Colella & McLean/The ConversationDecember 18, 2020Popular Science

He couldn’t keep Washington organized on offense, and there was no one on court to allay the heavy pressure he met every time he touched the ball, but Beal still found a way to create shots — even if they weren’t always pretty.

ByteDance said Oracle has the “right to conduct security inspections on TikTok’s US source code” in order to allay supposed security concerns.

Before long, those answers were able to allay the doubts and concerns of investors who maybe didn’t fully understand Canva’s business, but who recognized the opportunity that was beginning to emerge with design and publishing tools moving online.

Even if states sort out how to protect the vote of vulnerable community members, such as keeping some physical polling places open, the findings may do little to allay other recent concerns over mail-in voting, Barber acknowledges.

The sight he met there did not tend to allay his newborn interest.

Hand and RingAnna Katharine Green

But Can you allay a gnawing conscience, Or bind up bleeding reputation?

We ate fiddle heads, grapes and even the leaves of trees to allay the pangs of hunger.

He had to pretend to be drunk in order to allay the suspicions which might have been aroused by his appearance at the gate.

A Study In ScarletArthur Conan Doyle

They aimed at a theocratic ministry,--to be the ambassadors of God Almighty,--to allay strife and division.


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