pacifier

  1. someone who tries to bring peace
  2. device used for an infant to suck or bite on

Pacifier

A pacifier (American and Canadian English), dummy (Britain, and other Commonwealth countries), binky, or soother (in other countries) is a rubber, plastic, or silicone nipple given to an infant or other young child to suck upon. In its standard appearance it has a teat, mouth shield, and handle. The mouth shield and/or the handle is large enough t...
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pacifier

baby`s dummy noun device used for an infant to suck or bite on
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Pacifier

Pac'i·fi`er noun One who pacifies.
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pacifier

pacifier 1. A device used for an infant to suck or to bite on. 2. A rubber or plastic nipple or teething ring for a baby to suck or to chew on. 3. Someone who tries to bring peace. This artificial nipple, usually made of plastic, is used so an infant can gain some solace and quiet down. A pacifier is called by other names in other countries incl...
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Pacifier

Pacifier: An artificial nipple, usually made of plastic, upon which an infant can suck to gain some solace and quiet down. A pacifier is called by other names in other countries including a 'dummy' in the U.K. Pacifiers have been claimed to cause early weaning. However, a study (JAMA, July 18, 2001) was done of women who were planned to breastfeed ...
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pacifier

Type: Term Pronunciation: pas′i-fī-ĕr Definitions: 1. An object, usually of hard plastic or some other material permitting sterilization, which is sucked by a nursing infant for solace.
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