affording physical relief
- releasing from fear and anxiety
- a amp letter from Soothe v
- of Soothe
- a. & n. from Soothe, v.
providing convenience, solace, reassurance, serenity, composure, quietude.
1590s, "flattering," from current participle of soothe. Sense of "mollifying" is from 1746. Related: Soothingly.
He pulled her into his lap, his possessive touch and warmth soothing her.