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Assuasive- Definition:as·sua·sive [? swáyssiv, ? swáyziv], adjective - as·suage [? swáyj] (past and past participle as·suaged, present participle as·suag·ing, 3rd person present singular as·suag·es)  transitive verb   relieve something unpleasant: to provide relief from something distressing or painful (formal)  Constant reassurance could not assuage their fears.     [13th century. Via Old French assuagier < assumed Vulgar Latin assuaviare

Assuasive- Definition:

as·sua·sive [? swáyssiv, ? swáyziv], adjective – as·suage [? swáyj] (past and past participle as·suaged, present participle as·suag·ing, 3rd person present singular as·suag·es) transitive verb relieve something unpleasant: to provide relief from something distressing or painful (formal) Constant reassurance could not assuage their fears. [13th century. Via Old French assuagier < assumed Vulgar Latin assuaviare "sweeten" < Latin suavis "sweet"] -as·suage·ment, noun -as·suag·er, noun

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