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
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  • 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  • Pfizer originally made it as a chest pain alleviator.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
  • Salutations to thee that art of the grace of those deities who are worshipped in sacrifices, to thee that art the Atharvans, to thee that art the alleviator of all kinds of disease and pain, to thee that art the dispeller of every sorrow. The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 4 Books 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18
  • The Lyonnaise poutine is one of the best hangover alleviators I've ever tried: thick, rough-cut fries, a very pungent peppercorn sauce, curds of squeaky-fresh cheese, fried ground beef and thinly sliced onions.
  • Hang in there and it will subside: if not, you need not an agony aunt but an agony alleviator.
  • Months passed before the captain's equanimity became restored; but time, the alleviator of sorrow and best soother of a turbulent spirit, brought a favourable change. The Mysteries of All Nations Rise and Progress of Superstition, Laws Against and Trials of Witches, Ancient and Modern Delusions Together With Strange Customs, Fables, and Tales

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