Definition of Lenitiveness. Meaning of Lenitiveness. Synonyms of Lenitiveness

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Definition of Lenitiveness

Lenitiveness
Lenitiveness Len"i*tive*ness, n. The quality of being lenitive.

Meaning of Lenitiveness from wikipedia

- This article contains phonetic transcriptions in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). For an introductory guide on IPA symbols, see Help:IPA. For...
- relax lenis leni- gentle leniency, lenient, leniment, lenis, lenition, lenitive, lenitude, lenity lens lent- lentil lens, lenticel, lenticular, lentiform...
- gentle Latin lenis, lenire leniency, lenient, leniment, lenis, lenition, lenitive, lenitude, lenity leon- lion Latin leo, leonis dandelion, Leo, leonine...
- and can be eaten raw or cooked. The leaves and fruit are astringent, lenitive, and stomachic. Decoction of both leaves and fruit is used in the treatment...
- The term "Corgi" means either cur dog or dwarf dog (cor = dwarf, gi = lenitive of ci, dog) in the Welsh language, which was not intended as an insult...
- gentle Latin lenis, lenire leniency, lenient, leniment, lenis, lenition, lenitive, lenitude, lenity leon- lion Latin leo, leonis dandelion, Leo, leonine...
- round the studios looking for the right kind of film. The good humour, the lenitive smile, the frog in the throat voice betray nothing of the disappointment...
- 1804, as Farmer Ashfield in 'Speed the Plough', and, for the first time, Lenitive in the 'Prize'. He also spoke an address. In 1802 he was living at 10 Tavistock...
- Herring and Sir Thomas Roe. At the same time a poem entitled "Sorrows Lenitive, written upon occasion of the death of that hopeful and noble young gentleman...
- itself is in 1291. The name Llanfec**** means Church of St Mec**** (In the lenitive (treiglad meddal) the 'M' becomes 'F', pronounced V.). Mec**** (or Mechyll)...