Thesaurus / alleviates


We get plenty of lemons and ice from the Sanitary Commission which alleviates our discomforts considerably.

True alms is pity rather than the pittance that alleviates the material hardships of life.

Tragic Sense Of LifeMiguel de Unamuno

One of them alleviates the monotony of the office duties by working at embroidery in bright worsteds.

If you have, you will know how "owning up" soothes the savage breast and alleviates the gnawings of remorse.

A medicine for the most diverse ills, it alleviates both the pains of poverty and the boredom of riches.

The Joyful HeartRobert Haven Schauffler

Stephen was as helpless, as far from any hope of moving, as ever; but he was well off, which alleviates much suffering.

This dries the tear, alleviates the sorrow, fills the blank.

Life and Times of DavidCharles Henry Mackintosh

Time softens and alleviates all troubles, and this was no exception.

MemoriesFannie A. (Mrs.) Beers

Modesty is apt to accompany the sense of humour which alleviates life, while it is an almost insuperable bar to success.

The Death-WakeThomas T Stoddart

But time, which alleviates all other evils, only encreased mine; and they were now become almost insupportable.

EmmelineCharlotte Turner Smith

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