ataractic

[adj] - tending to soothe or tranquilize
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ataractic

1. Having a calming or tranquillising effect. ... 2. A tranquilliser. ... Synonym: ataraxic. ... Origin: G. Ataraktos, calm ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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ataractic

ataraxic adjective tending to soothe or tranquilize; `valium has a tranquilizing effect`; `took a hot drink with sedative properties before going to bed`
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ataractic

ataraxia, ataractic 1. The absence of anxiety or confusion; imperturbability; untroubled calmness; inner harmony. 2. A tranquilizer; having a tranquilizing or calming effect.
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ataractic

Type: Term Pronunciation: at′ă-rak′tik Definitions: 1. Having a calming or tranquilizing effect. 2. A tranquilizer. Synonyms: ataraxic
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