Thesaurus / alleviation

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In fact, we found one word associated with obligation alleviation for every five or six words associated with the imposition of obligations.

In some of China’s regions, poverty alleviation schemes have reportedly led to forced labor.

The inhabitant of San Ambrosio shall be indebted to him for an alleviation of his sorrows; for companionship in them.

Uncertain as to the nature of her disease, and unable to offer any alleviation of her sufferings, I retired to my apartment.

We have illustrated first, the fact of orphanage, and secondly, the secondary relations that may be its alleviation.

The Hearth-StoneSamuel Osgood

Did the inhuman monsters gloat over the sufferings of these unfortunates, and deny them even the alleviation of physical pain?

The War TrailMayne Reid

The first object to which artificial induction of trance may be turned, is the cure or alleviation of certain forms of disease.

The proposition seemed so agreeable to the sick man that already an alleviation of his misery appeared to be superinduced.

I speak, of course, of only minor sorrows; such a grief as poor Kitty's admits of no alleviation.

We are indebted to the poets, too, for something more than the alleviation of sorrow.

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