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synonyms for assuage

  • allay
  • alleviate
  • appease
  • lessen
  • mitigate
  • mollify
  • pacify
  • placate
  • quench
  • sate
  • satisfy
  • soften
  • temper
  • calm
  • compose
  • conciliate
  • cool
  • ease
  • fill
  • lighten
  • lull
  • moderate
  • palliate
  • propitiate
  • quiet
  • still
  • surfeit
  • sweeten
  • tranquilize
  • make nice
  • pour oil on
  • take the edge off
  • take the sting out
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antonyms for assuage

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  • aggravate
  • agitate
  • dissatisfy
  • incite
  • increase
  • intensify
  • irritate
  • provoke
  • trouble
  • upset
  • worry
  • worsen
  • anger
  • deplete
  • excite
  • exacerbate
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How to use assuage in a sentence

Rashad also issued an apology on July 2 for her initial Cosby Tweet, but it has not been enough to assuage some of her critics.
WITH SUPPORT FOR BILL COSBY, PHYLICIA RASHAD BECOMES JUST ONE OF SEVERAL DEANS TO TWEET THEMSELVES INTO TROUBLELGBTQ-EDITORJULY 12, 2021NO STRAIGHT NEWS
The statements made by Lordstown execs Tuesday appeared to be an attempt, which backfired, to assuage investors.
LORDSTOWN MOTORS REVERSES CLAIMS ABOUT ‘BINDING ORDERS’ FOR ELECTRIC PICKUP TRUCKKIRSTEN KOROSECJUNE 17, 2021TECHCRUNCH
It is obviously predicated not on assuaging concerns but, instead, on generating them.
KEVIN MCCARTHY LIVES IN AN IDYLLIC UNIVERSE WHERE HIS PARTY NO LONGER QUESTIONS THE 2020 ELECTION RESULTSPHILIP BUMPMAY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The rise of curated marketplaces is one attempt to assuage brands’ fears, giving them the tools to filter for the inventory and target audience that matches their goals and KPIs.
GAMING ADVERTISING FORUM RECAP: RAPIDLY GROWING SECTOR’S MASSIVE PLATFORMS AND USER DIVERSITY UNDERESTIMATEDJIM COOPERAPRIL 20, 2021DIGIDAY
When Arora posted about getting the vaccine even though she was still nursing, other breast-feeding women reached out to thank her for assuaging their fear.
THESE MOMS WORK AS DOCTORS AND SCIENTISTS. BUT THEY'VE ALSO TAKEN ON ANOTHER JOB: FIGHTING COVID-19 MISINFORMATION ONLINEELIANA DOCKTERMANMARCH 24, 2021TIME
The filing suggests that WhatsApp hasn’t been able to assuage concerns of New Delhi, which first raised issue about the planned policy update in January.
INDIA ASKS COURT TO BLOCK WHATSAPP’S POLICY UPDATE, SAYS NEW CHANGE VIOLATES LAWSMANISH SINGHMARCH 19, 2021TECHCRUNCH
Proactive communication and reporting is a key strategy in not only keeping your stakeholders informed but assuaging their worries as the search marketing landscape adjusts.
KEY TRENDS IN PPC, REPORTING AND ANALYTICS IN 2021 AND BEYONDCAROLYN LYDENMARCH 10, 2021SEARCH ENGINE LAND
This year’s Super Bowl wouldn’t have helped to assuage those concerns.
FUTURE OF TV BRIEFING: STREAMING SERVICES COUNT ON CONTENT TO KEEP SUBSCRIBERS ACQUIRED IN 2020TIM PETERSONFEBRUARY 10, 2021DIGIDAY
Offit’s and Pan’s reassurances will surely not assuage everyone, and here demographics play a role.
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People also voted publicly, and a glass ballot box was designed to show that votes were being counted and assuage fears of fraud.
THE 2020 ELECTION SET A RECORD FOR VOTER TURNOUT. BUT WHY IS IT NORMAL FOR SO MANY AMERICANS TO SIT OUT ELECTIONS?OLIVIA B. WAXMANNOVEMBER 5, 2020TIME
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WORDS RELATED TO ASSUAGE

  • abate
  • alleviate
  • assuage
  • calm
  • compose
  • cool out
  • decrease
  • ease
  • lessen
  • lighten
  • make nice
  • mitigate
  • moderate
  • mollify
  • pacify
  • play up to
  • pour oil on
  • quiet
  • square
  • take the bite out
  • take the sting out
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