Definition of Soothings

1. Noun. (plural of soothing) ¹



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Definition of Soothings

1. soothing [n] - See also: soothing

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Soothings

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soothed
soother
soothered
soothering
soothers
soothes
soothest
soothfast
soothful
soothing
soothing syrup
soothingly
soothingness
soothingnesses
soothings (current term)
soothly
soothness
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soothsay
soothsayer
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sootier
sootiest
sootily

Literary usage of Soothings

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1. Illustrations of Political Economy. by Harriet Martineau (1834)
"DEATH-CHAMBER soothings. he made no mysteries, but to\<\ a\\ \!naX.Vc.^•aa. MR. Farrer seemed to be somewhat surpri: to see that Henry's coat was still ..."

2. Athletic Sports and Recreations for Boys by John George Wood (1861)
"soothings.—In order to dispel the fears of the horse, and to encourage him, soft and calm tones of the voice, ..."

3. British Manly Exercises: Containing Rowing and Sailing, Riding, & Driving, &c &c by Donald Walker (1837)
"ANIMATIONS, soothings, AND CORRECTIONS. ANIMATIONS proceed from the hand, ... soothings are the reverse of animations, and are used to dispel the fears of ..."

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