mitigate[ mit-i-geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF mitigate
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But that did not at all mitigate our own shame--and surprise!
For good or evil, the great towns are here, and we can but mitigate.
Grieving will not mitigate our lot, nay, it will add to its burden.
The slow stare that he gave me did not mitigate the leisureliness of his entry.
Oswald saw the gravity of her trouble, and could say little to mitigate it.
But in that age a man even of the boldness of Knox was thankful to mitigate it.
It will be impossible for him to avert the trials of his Destiny or mitigate them in any way.
Only one; that you will do all in your power to mitigate his punishment.
And Mr Rubb's appearance was not calculated to mitigate this anger.
He did not attempt to absolve himself or mitigate his offense by telling her that he loved her.