Vocabulary 3: Lenitive

Lenitive \LEN-uh-tiv\

Part of Speech:- Adjective (can also be used as a noun)

Meaning:- alleviating pain or harshness, soothing.

Origin:- From Latin verb lenire meaning to soothe or soften.

Sentence:- The warm ginger tea had a lenitive effect on my sore throat.

I love ginger tea.

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