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Sow fallow land when the soil is still getting light: fallow land is a defender from harm and a soother of children.
But the most dexterous soother of qualms and scruples was Mrs. Lenoir.
We are now to observe him reft of every admirer, every soother, every friend.
SERMONS PREACHED AT BRIGHTONFREDERICK W. ROBERTSON
Time is a soother of sorrows, a healer of rancours, however legitimate.
He found this dove-like creature a wonderful soother: he applied her more and more to his sore heart.
She was the delight of the eye and of the ear, the soother of groans, the refuge of distress, the uplifter of the heart.
As a soother, they also kill a pig and right earnestly set about putting their new circle of relatives in good humor.
THE MANBOS OF MINDANOJOHN M. GARVAN
In his habits of living—we have his own word for it—the patrolling soother of Canton is both simple and an example to the people.
The grieved mind looks round it, silently implores consolation, and loves the soother.
CLARISSA, VOLUME 3 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
It is neither a tonic nor a soother; that is, in most parts of our inexplicable land.

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