Anodynes [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Anodynes:

As he has in the past, Roberts abstained from a lesson on the court’s independence, instead delivering a more anodyne statement of gratitude for the branch of government he heads.

Pyramidon is a proprietary preparation derived from, and having the antipyretic and anodyne properties of, antipyrin.

One fluid drachm is equal in anodyne power to one-eighth grain of morphin.

Papine is the anodyne or pain-relieving principle of opium, the narcotic and convulsive elements being eliminated.

It was the only anodyne that nature had in her laboratory for a broken heart; and she slept as tranquilly as a little child.

At once a frenzy and an anodyne, I have found in it the inspiration of my genius in its later development.

The leaden hours passed all oppressively while I sought to appease the keenness of my unrest with the anodyne of drugged sleep.

Therefore these should be alleviated, as they always can be, by some anodyne taken internally.

I myself do not know of any anodyne surer and quicker than that found in the garden.

A lull following the tempest seemed an anodyne for broken rest.