缓和, 使安静, 安慰, 奉承
v.cause to feel better
○ the medicine soothes the pain of the inflammation
In vain by respectful condescension and kind flattery this matchless mother tried to soothe the sorrows of her daughter-in-law
I have always been around to repair his wounds, and to soothe his feelings
Horse chestnut The medicinal qualities of their conkers, leaves and bark soothe varicose veins
PleASe drink more green tea so AS to remove internal heat and soothe your throat.
He smeared some BALM on his hand to soothe the pain.
A small,medicated candy intended to BE dissolved slowly in the mouth to lubricate and soothe irritated tissues of the throat.
He began forthwith to COAX her and soothe her, and to utter a hundred and twenty ejaculations of pity and sympathy
Music has charms to soothe a savage breast, to soften rocks or bend a knotted oak. (William Congreve. British dramatist)
Trying to soothe heR only made matters worse
Finally he poured himself a Scotch whisky and water and felt the drink soothe the hunger and ease nervousness of being Home.