مرهم, دهون, نقذدهن بالمرهم, هدأ, سكن
Noun(1) semisolid preparation (usually containing a medicine(2) anything that remedies or heals or soothes
Verb(1) save from ruin, destruction, or harm(2) apply a salve to, usually for the purpose of healing
(1) After three days of recuperation in the ICU, I was released from the hospital, walking feebly and trying to salve my ego.(2) Singing and dancing may bring pleasure to the public, charity concerts may salve guilty consciences and the world is definitely in need of some cheering up.(3) Plath's novel and its melancholy protagonist, whom I would later learn was a thinly veiled version of Plath herself, proved to be the perfect salve for my tortured adolescent mind.(4) Thank God for post-modernism, the salve of the intellectual conscience.(5) The answer is education - that great universal salve for all of the ills of humankind.(6) the idea provided him with a salve for his guilt(7) I might even claim that welfare-state-ism can be traced to a desire to simply salve one's conscience.(8) Other cuts and bruises were likewise administered a healing salve and from his skin I managed to scrub much of the soil and blood.(9) What a relief, what a salve for my own anxiety, to have a president again who doesn't suffer from existential angst or malaise, or who doesn't show it if he does.(10) If a writer of epic fantasy isn't willing to trust her imagination and her story - is afraid to let it matter - can a salve for the troubles that afflict us still be found in books?(11) Back in 1990, the city wanted his land for a municipal golf course that was supposedly going to provide a permanent salve for the city's financial problems.(12) He looked at Lanfilar, who was helping an Olindu prepare a healing salve for the many battle wounds taken.(13) Then he deftly smeared some salve on the wound and wrapped it with a new bandage, taping it in place.(14) And as for you, Mr. Monk, I will get you some salve for those cuts.(15) The win also provided some competitive salve for a US team that earlier in the day failed to qualify anyone for the 100m freestyle semi-finals for the first time in its Olympic history.(16) The Northern relief road, creating a link between the A591 and A6 north of Kendal, had been billed as a potential shot in the arm for Kendal's economy and a salve for traffic woes.
(1) lip salve :: مرهم الشفة
1. ointment ::
2. cream ::
3. balm ::
4. unguent ::
5. emollient ::
6. embrocation ::
7. liniment ::
8. soothe ::
9. assuage ::
11. allay ::
12. lighten ::
13. alleviate ::
14. comfort ::
15. mollify ::
Different Formssalve, salved, salves, salving
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