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Conveying a soothing situation or the restoration of confidence and relieving anxiety. (1)
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assuasive (s) (noun), assuasives (pl)
A soothing medicine or medical treatment that soothes or makes an ailment easier to endure: "Whenever she went to the physical therapist, the assuasives that were applied relieved Joan of pain and always made her feel as if she were recovering from the injuries that she suffered when she slipped and fell down."
assuasive (adjective), more assuasive, most assuasive
Pertaining to restoring confidence and relieving anxiety: George heard the doctor's assuasive voice saying that he would recover and feel much better after the operation.
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