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Definition of "tranquilizing" [tran•quil•i•zing]

  • Present participle of tranquilize. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "tranquilizing" in a sentence
  • "For a moment, you dive back into your pillow (one of the nine offered on the hotel's pillow menu; the "tranquilizing" one works as advertised), then grudgingly slide out of your four-poster, king-size, carved-teak bed, pad across the tea-stained silk rug and gaze out your suite's floor-to-ceiling windows."
  • "That’s not exactly what I would call a tranquilizing experience."
  • "He does not love being reminded of that number, but during his career he has watched tennis evolve from wood to steel to carbon fiber, from a game of finesse and tranquilizing sounds to a slugfest."