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Definition of "soothed" [soothed]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of soothe. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "soothed" in a sentence
  • "Johnson's Loins® for $500/lb. Or genetically modified pigs nurtured in Johnson's “perfected” landscape, then ensanguinated in hermetically sealed glass hamlets, their butchers soothed from the horrors of blood and squealing with an enveloping view of Nature."
  • "A gentle bubbling fountain soothed my nerves as I gazed across the sparkling blue pool."
  • "The reason was, that the longer we was in that solemn, peaceful desert, the more the hurry and fuss got kind of soothed down in us, and the more happier and contented and satisfied we got to feeling, and the more we got to liking the desert, and then loving it."
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