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Synonyms Dictionary

nonviolent, unwarlike, noncombative, unbelligerent, unbellicose, unpugnacious, uncontentious; mild, tender, gentle, soft, soft-hearted, tender-hearted, sensitive; merciful, lenient, clement, easy, easy-going, forgiving, tolerant; easy-natured, gentle as a lamb, good-natured, good-tempered, amiable, affable, genial; docile, tame; uncomplaining, unassertive, passive, nonopposing, submissive; unassuming, meek, quiet, subdued, tractable.
3. at peace, peaceful; calm, still, motionless, smooth, undisturbed, unperturbed, unagitated, unruffled; windless, waveless, stormless; stationary, becalmed; tranquil, serene, restful, reposeful, placid, halcyon.

pacification, n. 1. tranquilization, quieting, calming, lulling, soothing, comforting, consoling, solacing; assuagement, allaying, alleviation, palliation, relieving; mitigation, abatement, remission, relief; reduction, lessening, diminution, moderation, modulation; tempering, softening, mollifying, mollification.
2. appeasement, placation, propitiation, conciliation; atonement, reconciliation, reconciling, reconcilement, reunion; sacrifice, compromise, accommodation, adjustment; peace-making, mediation, arbitration, negotiation, intervention; settlement, terms, truce, treaty, armistice; suspension of hostilities, moratorium, relaxation of tensions, detente, peace.
3. subdual, suppression, quelling, quashing; satisfaction, satisfying, slaking, quenching; dulling, blunting, stifling, smothering.
4. peacefulness, rest, repose, tranquillity, calm, serenity; relief, comfort, consolation, solace.

pacificatory, adj. 1. pacifying, appeasing, conciliatory, propitiatory, propitiating, propitiative, placatory, placative; peace-making, mediative, mediatorial, intermediatory, intercessory, intervening, interventional; negotiable, reconcilable; compromising, accommodative.
2. peaceable, agreeable, agreeing, accordant; harmonious, concordant, compatible; peaceful, pacific, peace-loving, congenial, amicable, amiable, friendly.

pacifier, n. 1. teething ring, rubber nipple, sug-ar-tit; mollifier, appeaser, placater, Med., Pharm. placebo; sweetener.
2. bribe, sop; inducement, lure, reward.

pacify, v. 1. quiet, calm, tranquilize, lull, soothe, compose, comfort; alleviate, relieve, palliate, allay, assuage; mitigate, abate, moderate, temper, lessen.
2. appease, placate, pacificate,
Archaic, attemper; humor, dulcify, mollify, soften; reconcile, Archaic, accord, bring to terms, make peace, settle differences, defuse, pour oil on troubled waters; propitiate, concili-

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Benefits of Jackfruits

Keeps Away Infections

It keeps the virus and bacteria at bay and protects us from infections, keeping the body healthy. This fruit supports the white blood corpuscles

Very and Too - Too

Don't Say:
It's now very hot to play football.

Say:
It's now too hot to play football.

Note:
Very simply makes the adjective or adverb stronger. Too means more than enough, or so much that something else happens as a result.
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