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assuage (verb), assuages; assuaged; assuaging
1. To attempt to make a situation less painful or severe, such as an unpleasant feeling or pain: During the economic crisis, Ted tried to assuage the investor's fears with guarantees that his company was still doing well.
2. Etymology: essentially from Latin as, "to" (a variant of ad) before s + suavis, "sweet, agreeable".
To calm and pacify or to make less severe.

To ease or to satisfy one's passion.
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To calm, to pacify, or to decrease something that is severe; such as, pain or a very uncomfortable condition. (2)