alleviate

make (pain) easier to bear 
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Alleviate

Al·le'vi·ate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Alleviated ; present participle & verbal noun Alleviating .] [ Late Latin alleviare , from Latin ad + levis light. See Alegge , Levity .]
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alleviate

1. To lighten or lessen the force or weight of. 'Should no others join capable to alleviate the expense.' (Evelyn) 'Those large bladders . . . Conduce much to the alleviating of the body [of flying birds]' (Ray) ... 2. To lighten or lessen (physical or mental troubles); to mitigate, or make easier to be endured; as, to alleviate sorrow, pain, care,...
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alleviate

(ә-le´ve-āt) to cause the lessening or disappearance of a patient's problem.
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Alleviate

• (v. t.) To lighten or lessen (physical or mental troubles); to mitigate, or make easier to be endured; as, to alleviate sorrow, pain, care, etc. ; -- opposed to aggravate. • (v. t.) To extenuate; to palliate. • (v. t.) To lighten or lessen the force or weight of.
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alleviate

alleviate 1. To make something such as pain or hardship more bearable or less severe. 2. To make easier to endure; to lessen; to mitigate: 'to alleviate sorrow'; 'to alleviate pain'. 3. From Late Latin alleviatus, past participle of alleviare 'to lighten', from Latin ad-, 'to' plus levis, 'light (in weight)'.
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alleviate

provide physical relief, as from pain
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alleviate

provide physical relief, as from pain
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alleviate

provide physical relief, as from pain
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