Everyone talked loudly to the pitcher, as much, perhaps, to tranquilize his own nerves as to encourage Mason.
This tranquilized his spirit, and with this he sought to tranquilize the widow too.
The settlers therefore, regardless of political sentiment, united in an effort to tranquilize matters.
It cannot fail to emancipate the heart and tranquilize the conscience.
tranquilize yourself, dearest sister, murmured Flora, bending over the couch and pressing her lips on Nisidas burning cheek.
Surely these ought to satisfy your heart and tranquilize your mind.
Yes, I shall kill them, I know, but I shall receive some good blow which will tranquilize me forever.
It is eminently calculated to tranquilize the heart, come what may.
To relieve his embarrassment, and tranquilize his temper, I suggested that they were not beyond reach.
Next, excite the house with another spoonful of Fultonian fact, then tranquilize them again with another barrel of illustration.
tranquilize tran·quil·ize or tran·quil·lize (trāng'kwə-līz', trān'-)
v. tran·quil·ized or tran·quil·lized, tran·quil·iz·ing or tran·quil·liz·ing, tran·quil·iz·es or tran·quil·liz·es
To make tranquil; pacify.
To sedate or relieve of anxiety or tension by the administration of a drug.
To become tranquil; relax.
To have a calming or soothing effect.