Hold, father,'' said the Jew, ``mitigate and assuage
Nevertheless, I had to assuage
the grief of an old woman- servant, who staggered back at the tidings of her young master's death, and sank half-dead into a chair when she saw the blood- stained key.
Religious adherence is so popular because religion answers some of our deepest questions and assuages
some of our strongest fears.
Spielberg's narrative genius offers an apologia for his generation that in equal measure assuages
guilt and glories in self-justification, if not self-heroization.
Meanwhile, people report marijuana assuages
some advanced diseases and say the herb eases the vomiting that follows cancer chemotherapy.
Goethe, however, does away with Euripides ' deus ex machina and makes the play's resolution arise from what he later called pure humanity, the inner core of emotional sympathy that unites men, transcends all boundaries of nationality or religion, and ultimately assuages