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An instant cold press will help soothe inflammation and exam gloves allow you to safely treat wounds.

This sulfate-free and dye-free option contains coconut oil to soothe any aches and moisturize your hair.

Aline Zoldbrod, a Boston psychologist and sex therapist, says there are also tapping techniques, like a butterfly hug, people can perform on themselves to self-soothe.

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Just like a child often needs to be held to be soothed, adults often need human touch to be reassured.

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Rather than fizzing at the bottom of the tub, these calming, soothing bath beads just sit there gently releasing oil and scent, moisturizing your skin and making you feel real fancy.

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They were desperate, and all you could do was to soothe and calm; in every call you tried to get their story, to get them talking.

He did not speak words meant to soothe a “fundamentalist” audience.

So she finds ways to self-soothe through pleasure and play, and also by figuring out what makes her father happy.

“To get up and soothe is not my inclination,” says a defiant Romney.

Working hard to turn heads and soothe nerves is Osmel Sousa.

In those dim aisles and mighty halls brooded a Presence that he knew could soothe and comfort.

And Mrs. Haggard, after attempting to soothe the wounded feelings of her maid, directed her to accompany them.

She did not respond; she did not attempt to soothe him; if ever looks expressed reproach and aversion, hers did then.

William omitted nothing that a brother could have done to soothe and conciliate a brother.

Nothing else can soothe the wounded feelings as well as a tender embrace or a word from mother.


On this page you'll find 114 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to soothe, such as: allay, alleviate, appease, assuage, cool, and mitigate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.