balm[ bahm ]SEE DEFINITION OF balm
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BALM
As usual, balm was on his lips, and I found encouragement and support.
I crave for the balm of Nature, the anodyne of solitude, the breath of Mother Earth.
I have no call for that: and that has no balm for the wounds of my mind.
If Godwin had pricked men's consciences, Malthus brought the balm.
And of a truth, work is the balm of the sore mind of the world.
She came across a border of balm, and left not a leaf of it unplucked.
Within was the balm of rest—the rest that lies in the heart of the cyclone.
But I still bear the scar of a wound that would be the better for the balm of your retraction.
At any rate, they acted as balm upon his tongue and macerated lips.
"Balm of marigolds, with the essential oil of crab-apple," said Martha.