assuagement

[ uh-sweyj, uh-sweyzh ]SEE DEFINITION OF assuagement
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Yours will be a great, consuming passion that knows no limit, no assuagement.

They witnessed the fever raging in his blood—the fever that clamored for assuagement from her.

It seemed to her that there could be no assuagement of his misery—that he were better dead.

The assuagement is still incomplete when our Judiths arrive.

This channel for the assuagement of his anxieties was closed.

Tom was not one who, in a hot moment, for the assuagement of his wrath, would bang down his fist and consign himself to a purpose.

Violently will my breast then heave; violently will it blow its storm over the mountains: thus cometh its assuagement.

The one assuagement for the pain in her own heart seemed to be the alleviation of the pain in other hearts.

From it she had expected not only realization for him, but assuagement of longing for herself; and the latter hadn't come.

The night was passed in great anguish, and the morrow's light brought no assuagement of her pain.

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