anodyne[ an-uh-dahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF anodyne
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANODYNE
I crave for the balm of Nature, the anodyne of solitude, the breath of Mother Earth.
Every one in a passion in Italy is styled Eccellenza, as an "anodyne."
Narcotic, anodyne, and anti-spasmodic; ten to twenty grains.
Even the knowledge that he loved her ceased to be an anodyne in those days.
I'd have slapped her across the face as an anodyne if she hadn't been Mekstrom.
She had nerved herself for a great ordeal, but the air was as sweet as an anodyne.
Life holds no anodyne for the sorrows we bring upon ourselves.
The excitements of purchase and preparation were as good an anodyne as she could have taken.
It would be an anodyne like poison that could weigh down my eyelids.
Had faith ever been anything but anodyne, or gratification of the aesthetic sense?