Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [s'uðd]
How it soothed and comforted her.
She soothed, she expostulated, she condoled, she coaxed.
"Whoa, boy," he soothed, patting the animal gently on the neck.
His nerves being soothed by the stillness, Popopo began to enjoy himself.
She knelt down by him, and soothed and petted and talked to him, while the good clergyman examined the injured leg.
It was warm and soft and sweet-smelling; it soothed away the hurt of his aching muscles and the sting of his scratches.
Now she touched my hair with a lofty playfulness that soothed me: but even then I looked upon the rumpled bed, and saw that the man there was really very sick.
Poor grandma was conscience-stricken, drew me into her own room, and did not let me leave it until after she had soothed my hurts and we had become friends again.
Jos, a little testy about his father's misfortunes and unceremonious applications to him, was soothed down by the Major, who pointed out the elder's ill fortunes and old age.
Company was irksome to me; when alone, I could fill my mind with the sights of heaven and earth; the voice of Henry soothed me, and I could thus cheat myself into a transitory peace.