tranquillizing

[ trang-kwuh-lahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF tranquillizing

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Rachael said quickly, when the tranquillizing voice reached this point.

Some tranquillizing influence seemed to have departed from him.

He signed to her that there was nothing to fear; yet he tarried, with the idea of tranquillizing her.

The effect of this communication was the reverse of tranquillizing upon the patient.

These agencies tend to the tranquillization of society; and as a tranquillizing influence, they tend to the security of property.

She felt a little calmer after this broken prayer, and something to do occurred to her with its instant power of tranquillizing.

Madeleine's tranquillizing influence over others was one of her most remarkable traits.

Up to a certain point its contents were tranquillizing, for if any one had been ill, it would have said so.

There was a something so exciting, and withal so tranquillizing, that I had no thought of slumber, but fell into a musing revery.

A certain calm within me, a tranquillizing feeling of relief, seemed to me like a pledge of permanent delivery.

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