salving

[ UK /sˈælvɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having a softening or soothing effect especially to the skin
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How To Use salving In A Sentence

  • The blue stains, the lines for corrections, etc., are erased with the the potassic oxalate (_blue salving, _ as it is termed) whose formula has been given. Photographic Reproduction Processes
  • These protests have been about salving the consciences of many whose votes splintered the left and humiliated Prime Minister Lionel Jospin's candidacy.
  • In the spirit of pioneers, we're concocting our own remedies and salving our own wounds.
  • The automation department of Shenzhen kuki Elect Ltd is engaged in developing, producing and salving automatic equipment.
  • The only major world figure not to come in person was the prime minister of Great Britain (too busy perhaps with salving his wounds after a narrow electoral victory that was less than glorious).
  • He is aware that he can never undo what was done - Abner Easely will remain dead - but he wants to find some way of salving his spiritual wound.
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