Simple past tense and past participle of allay. (verb)
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Use "allayed" in a sentence
"Take an ounce of glue, and melt it in a pint of hot water over the fire, stir it until the glue is dissolved, pour it out and dip the part that is affected in this dilution until the uneasiness or burning is allayed, which is mostly in a few minutes."
"Which is why David Williamson is being optimistic in claiming that fears have been 'allayed'."
"Earlier today, providers like AT&T, Verizon Wireless, and Sprint issued cautious support for the commission's rules, and AT&T said that some of its concerns had been "allayed," though there was still some concern about whether such rules were necessary."