1. a therapist who makes suffering more endurable
  2. remedy that alleviates pain without curing
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How To Use alleviator In A Sentence

  • Drug use becomes more attractive as an alleviator of stress and strain and as a means of escape from a harsh reality.
  • Not only is it a science fiction author's ultimate idea repository and writer's-block alleviator, but the folks at DARPA obviously have a sense of humor about their overtly Matrix-like, world-dominating aspirations. Brave New World Order: A Googlement Above, Around, and Ahead of the People
  • No, no, not even the Gospel of Jesus Christ, that great alleviator of all the sorrows of the heart, is allowed an entrance there. Life in the Grey Nunnery at Montreal
  • Some of us are just struggling to get by and occasionally reach for a certain illegal natural organic glaucoma alleviator to simply relax or blur the edges of our non-luxury, horizontally mobile existences. Warren Holstein: Operation Buzzkill: Random Drug Testing for the Unemployed
  • Dr. Ford also recommends during the invasion or period of chills external friction of mustard or of fresh red pepper either in tincture or in powder, a good alleviator always procurable; and the internal use of pepper-tea, to bring on the stages of reaction and resolution. Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo
  • Also not a brand-new offering, this company offers herbal alternatives in the form of sunblock, bug repellent, muscle pain alleviator, and poison oak and ivy soap.
  • Indeed, Skorton continues his piece by depicting the "underrepresentation" of women in Cornell's science departments and by presenting the alleviatory programs. Stories from The Sun
  • I can safely recommend the Cluthe Truss as the only safe alleviator of the terrible sufferings of those unfortunate sufferers from rupture. Cluthe's Advice to the Ruptured
  • But the striking thing about the charismatic leader is the extent to which his followers regard him as a healer of wounds, an alleviator of pain. Barack Obama, Shaman
  • Pfizer originally made it as a chest pain alleviator. Going Mutant
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