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Definition of "anodynous" [an•o•dy•nous]

  • Anodyne (adjective)

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Use "anodynous" in a sentence
  • "His companions on this journey, as on so many others, were two books — one being the anodynous Camoens, the other a volume consisting of the Bible, Shakespeare and Euclid bound together, which looked, with its three large clasps, like a congested Church Service."
  • "The cold no more irked him, but seemed somehow strangely anodynous."
  • "The authority of the sea and the tropics, the mystery that attends unknown sails, and the prestige of drifting music on moonlit waters gave it an anodynous charm."
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