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Definition of Palliate

Palliate
Palliate Pal"li*ate, a. [L. palliatus, fr. pallium a cloak. See Pall the garment.] 1. Covered with a mant?e; cloaked; disguised. [Obs.] --Bp. Hall. 2. Eased; mitigated; alleviated. [Obs.] --Bp. Fell.

Meaning of Palliate from wikipedia

- life: Writing, at its best, is a lonely life. Organizations for writers palliate the writer's loneliness but I doubt if they improve his writing. He grows...
- heads and fall to the ground. They come to fear their mortality and then palliate this fear by finding ways to deny it altogether. In this sense, the Aghora...
- critical of Ashraf antipathy towards the Ajlaf and Arzal and attempts to palliate sectarian divisions. He condemned the Indian Muslim community of being...
- Appendix to the court martial proceedings, which was said by the press to "palliate the behaviour of Christian and the Mutineers, and to criminate Captain...
- bound. Pimobendan is often used in combination with three other drugs to palliate dogs with heart failure (pulmonary edema, pleural effusion, ascites). These...
- that rely entirely on the Bellman equations. This can be effective in palliating this issue. An alternative method is to search directly in (some subset...
- accused Christianity of reinforcing the system of American slavery by palliating the pangs of oppression and delaying salvation until a promised afterlife...
- roused from sleep by tumult. Akbar replied to Adham Khan's explanation to palliate his crime by striking him down with a heavy blow of his fist. Adham was...
- Permanent tracheostomy is an alternative surgical option for these dogs to palliate their clinical signs. Besides complications of surgery and anesthesia in...
- treat, and usually requires chemotherapy. Radiation is also emplo**** to palliate specific locations of disease that may be causing symptoms. Chemotherapy...
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