foment

put something warm (to lessen the pain) 
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foment

[v] - bathe with warm water or medicated lotions
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Foment

Fo·ment' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Fomented ; present participle & verbal noun Fomenting .] [ French fomenter , from Latin fomentare , from fomentum (for fovimentum ) a warm application o...
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Foment

Fo'ment noun 1. Fomentation. 2. State of excitation; -- perhaps confused with ferment . « He came in no conciliatory mood, and the foment was kept up.» Julian Ralph.
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foment

1. To apply a warm lotion to; to bathe with a cloth or sponge wet with warm water or medicated liquid. ... 2. To cherish with heat; to foster. 'Which these soft fires . . . Foment and warm.' (Milton) ... 3. To nurse to life or activity; to cherish and promote by excitements; to encourage; to abet; to instigate; used often in a bad sense; as, to fom...
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foment

verb bathe with warm water or medicated lotions; `His legs should be fomented`
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Foment

• (v. t.) To apply a warm lotion to; to bathe with a cloth or sponge wet with warm water or medicated liquid. • (v. t.) To cherish with heat; to foster. • (v. t.) To nurse to life or activity; to cherish and promote by excitements; to encourage; to abet; to instigate; -- used often in a bad sense; as, to foment ill humors. • (n....
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