Did you mayhaps mean tranquilizing?
- adj. tending to soothe or tranquilize
“Grief tends to soften the rougher edges, acting as a restraint on the author and tranquillising a life led with a deep-rooted, prickly streak.”
“Under proposed regulations, listed large predators can no longer be hunted in small areas, under tranquillising or narcotic immobilising agents, or if released in areas adjacent to a holding facility.”
“And, again, painters may work out of doors; and the fresh air, the deliberate seasons, and the “tranquillising influence” of the green earth, counterbalance the fever of thought, and keep them cool, placable, and prosaic.”
“Ketamine is a tranquillising agent that was widely used until patients began to complain of its hallucinogenic effects, which they experienced when coming out of sedation.”
“The little whim had something tranquillising and balmy.”
“The beautiful sunset sky was crimson and gold; blue, silver, and purple; exquisite and tranquillising; fading away therein were plains, on which I could see many a town and city, with buildings that had lofty steeples and rounded domes.”
“Initially I received a tranquillising dart, usually used on animals, to pacify the prisoners.”
“Now, more than five tranquillising years later, she said, 'I wouldn't have given up training racehorses, not for anything.”
“She agreed, however, to drive out in her car, pick Chico up, and go where he directed: and Chico and I worked out a place on the map which looked a tranquillising spot for paranoiacs.”
“I looked briefly at the vague eyes, switched off the laughter on the television and poured her a tranquillising dose of mothers 'ruin.”
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