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  1. Choose the Right Synonym for relieve. relieve, alleviate, lighten, assuage, mitigate, allay mean to make something less grievous. relieve implies a lifting of enough of a burden to make it tolerable. took an aspirin to relieve the pain alleviate implies temporary or partial lessening of pain or distress.
  2. Rubbing dock leaves on nettle stings helps to relieve the pain. The routine was the same every day, with nothing to relieve the monotony. There must be some way you can relieve the pain. This cream relieves .
  3. (redirected from relieve us of) relieve (someone or oneself) of (something) 1. To remove or lessen a burden on someone or oneself.
  4. Relieve comes from the Latin word relevare meaning "to help" or "make light again." An ice pack might relieve a pain in your elbow, but you can also be relieved of your duties if you get fired (or taken out to lunch). A thief might even relieve you of your wallet.
  5. Relieved definition at herhartleniressgua.venililajokufamaphenotedla.co, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!
  6. Relieve /rɪ'liːv/ is a verb. If something relieves an unpleasant feeling, it makes it less unpleasant. Anxiety may be relieved by talking to a friend. The passengers in the plane swallow to relieve .
  7. Some common synonyms of relieve are allay, alleviate, assuage, lighten, and mitigate. While all these words mean "to make something less grievous," relieve implies a lifting of enough of a burden to make it tolerable. took an aspirin to relieve the pain When is it sensible to use allay instead of relieve?
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