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Alleviative- Definition:al·le·vi·a·tive [? lvee àytiv], adjective - lessen something: to make something such as pain or hardship more bearable or less severe    [Early 16th century. < late Latin alleviat-, past participle of alleviare

Alleviative- Definition:

al·le·vi·a·tive [? lvee àytiv], adjective – lessen something: to make something such as pain or hardship more bearable or less severe [Early 16th century. < late Latin alleviat-, past participle of alleviare "lighten" < Latin levis "light (in weight)"] -al·le·vi·a·tion [? lvee áysh'n], noun -al·le·vi·a·tive [? lvee àytiv], adjective -al·le·vi·a·tor [? lvee àyt?r], noun -al·le·vi·a·to·ry [? lvee ? tàwree], adjective

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