Remedy and Soothe

Remedy

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Remedy verb – To bring about recovery from.
Usage example: a little extra studying should remedy your poor performance in history thus far this year

Soothe and remedy are semantically related. in fix topic. In some cases you can use "Soothe" instead a verb "Remedy", when it comes to topics like cure, relieve.
Nearby Words: remedying, remedied, remedial, remediable
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Soothe

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Soothe verb – To make more bearable or less severe.
Usage example: hot tea with honey will soothe a sore throat

Remedy and soothe are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Remedy" instead a verb "Soothe".
Nearby Words: soothing, soother, sooth, soothingly
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Both words in one sentence

  • Eat Dirt, Cheap Eating powdered clay is also an efficient remedy to relieve diarrhea and soothe stomach pains caused by an excess of digestive acids.
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