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1. Talking to her helped to assuage my guilt.
2. To assuage his wife's grief, he took her on a tour of Europe.
3. The government has tried to assuage the public's fears.
4. Nothing could assuage his guilt.
5. His reply did little to assuage my suspicions.
6. The medicine is used to assuage pain.
7. Or assuage the guilt for abandoning that traditional ideal.
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8. Debra tried to assuage my fears.
9. He had used her cruelly, without compunction, to assuage his own needs.
10. Attempts are made to assuage fears that a revolutionary or radical transformation of skills and learning will take place.
11. This itself suggests that such findings assuage some sense of guilt.
12. One, as with indulgences, is to assuage guilt.
13. Your messages of cheer should assuage her suffering.
14. This is unlikely to assuage critics.
15. Nothing can assuage the widow's grief.
16. Your former daughter-in-law obviously needs to assuage her guilt by making your son the villain . He needs to speak to his divorce lawyer immediately about this defamation of character.
17. And as the Vice President, I decided to assuage his doubts.
18. This poisonous combination could fuel instability rather than assuage it.
19. Drug companies are hunting for molecules to assuage brain - related ills, from paralysis to shyness ( see article ).
20. His dark hair and even darker beard do nothing to assuage her discomfort.
21. Ill health removed the pleasures of dissipation for him, and there was nothing to assuage his guilt and regret.
22. But the fundamentals of low inflation and low growth failed to assuage the bond market yesterday.
23. The decision to look outside the bank for a chief executive is likely to assuage some critics of Barclays in the City.
24. Snacks designed to boost your mood, rather than to assuage your appetite, will be everywhere on sale.
25. It is a decidedly loving look that Taylor takes, which may not assuage the sensibilities of a supposedly more enlightened age.
26. For the moment, it may be beyond their power to assuage the anger.
27. We project responsibility for the attack outside ourselves in order to assuage our guilt.
28. He has done enough – and barely enough, at that – to assuage public anger.
29. Most of the pattern of painted face are from folk fames, which own supernatural power and justice, imply assuage residence, exorcise, drive away lonely, display blessings and auspicious wish.
30. Regard the sorrows and sufferings of others as yours and hasten to assuage them.