Soothing

• a. & n. from Soothe, v. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Soothe
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soothing

adjective affording physical relief; `a soothing ointment for her sunburn`
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Soothing

Sooth'ing adjective & noun from Soothe , v.
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Soothing

Bringing comfort, solace, reassurance, peace, composure, quietude.
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Soothing

Soothing: Bringing comfort, solace, reassurance, peace, composure, quietude. To soothe is to allay, balm, becalm, calm, compose, lull, quiet, settle, still, or tranquilize. In medicine, an agent that is soothing is called a demulcent.
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soothing

[adj] - affording physical relief
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