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  • v. Present participle of emolliate.

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Examples

  • Facials and Scrubs: All treatment facials include a deep cleanse, exfoliation, masque, emolliating hand and foot massage.

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  • 'It all looks extremely promising' was the closest I got to a straight answer, 'we'll give you an exclusive', they added, which went some way to emolliating my bruised journalistic pride … sometimes those scoops are slippery little critters that just squirm their way plain out of your hands … But joking apart, it's real easy to love these boys.

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  • To soften; to render effeminate. (Dictionary.com)

    May 28, 2008