Gentle synonyms

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Giving relief.
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Easily moved by another's distress; compassionate.
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Soft or delicate and easily chewed, broken, cut, etc.; fragile, succulent, etc.
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Very subtle in difference or distinction.
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Grand and stately in appearance; majestic:
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(Obs.) Lovely or lovable
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Not harsh or severe in disciplining, punishing, judging, etc.; mild; merciful; clement
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Capable of perceiving with a sense or senses:
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Made docile and conventional
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Showing evidence of moral and intellectual advancement; humane, reasonable, ethical.
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Not stern; lenient:
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The definition of calm is someone or something who is peaceful and free from stress or worries.
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The definition of serene is untroubled, or is the title for a high-ranking member of royalty.
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The definition of tranquil is someone or something that is calm and peaceful.
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Not extreme:
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Not excessive; acting in moderation
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Characterised by careful and conscious thought; deliberate
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Having little or no detrimental effect; harmless:
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(Of an animal or a plant, especially a pet) selectively bred to live with or around humans.
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Crushed by or as by domestication; submissive; servile
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(Now Rare) Easy to teach; teachable
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Under control.
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Having or exhibiting cultivation; cultured:
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Manipulated in shape or habit.
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Capable of being shaped; malleable.
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Easily bent or molded; flexible
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Tamed
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Grown by cultivation
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Tamed
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Of superior stock or breed
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Alternative form of blue-blooded.
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Partaking of aristocracy; befitting aristocracy; characteristic of, or originating with, the aristocracy.
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Not domesticated or cultivated; wild:
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Wild, uncontrolled, especially of animals not domesticated or trained to human contact.
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Lacking clarity or distinctness:
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Made free from other matter, or from impurities; purified
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Pleasant in manner; smooth:
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Of chivalry
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The definition of chivalrous is a man who is attentive and courteous to women, like a knight in shining armor.
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Inclined to be lenient or merciful.
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Of a leave, given to someone because of a domestic emergency.
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Tending to conciliate or reconcile
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Polite and gracious; considerate toward others; well-mannered
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Suitable for a king's court; dignified, polite, elegant, etc.
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Free from worry, anxiety, trouble, or pain:
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Free of clouds or storms; clear and sunny:
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Affectedly proper or refined; somewhat prudish refinement; excessively polite.
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Taking place by almost imperceptible steps or degrees; developing little by little, not sharply or suddenly
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Of or relating to an error in a trial that would not change the outcome and therefore does not call for a reversal of the case on appeal.
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Alternative spelling of highborn.
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Consistent with honor or good name:
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Having what are considered the best qualities of human beings; kind, tender, merciful, sympathetic, etc.
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Showing patience and humility; gentle.
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Mellow defines someone or something that is calm, smooth and free from harshness.
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Of, in, on, or near the Pacific Ocean
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Timely, suitable, apt, opportune, ready for the occasion; especially of things spoken
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At peace; peaceful
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Not easily upset or excited; mild or complacent:
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The definition of pleasant is someone or something that is agreeable, enjoyable or likable.
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Restrained, as in style; understated:
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(--- Slang) Good, delightful, etc.
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Of aristocratic or high-ranking birth
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The ethical code of the knight prevalent in Medieval Europe, having such primary virtues as mercy towards the poor and oppressed, humility, honor, sacrifice, fear of God, faithfulness, courage and utmost graciousness and courtesy to ladies.
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Members of the upper class, collectively
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The state of being gentle.
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Lenient treatment, as in disciplining or sentencing
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Gentleness of manner; mildness.
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The quality of being mild; gentleness
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A development; improvement; elaboration
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Rudely abrupt, unfriendly.
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Severe, cruel, or exacting:
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Unwilling to be taught or instructed; intractable or recalcitrant.
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Difficult to manage, deal with, or change to an acceptable condition:
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(Medicine) Difficult to treat.
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Manifesting, exercising, or favoring rigour; allowing no abatement or mitigation; scrupulously accurate; exact; strict; severe; relentless; as, a rigorous officer of justice; a rigorous execution of law; a rigorous definition or demonstration.
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Difficult to endure or live through, especially because of harsh or inclement weather:
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Stern or forbidding, as in manner or appearance:
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Mean-spirited or deliberately hurtful; malicious:
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Persuasive, effective, and cogent:
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Undisguised or unadorned; plain:
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Worried or concerned
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Lacking kindness, sympathy, benevolence, gratitude, or similar; cruel, harsh or unjust; ungrateful. [From mid-14thC.]
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Characterized by extreme emotion, especially anger:
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Having strikingly bright colors:
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Fierce or impetuous; violent:
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Having a distinctive odor.
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Ranked near the beginning of an ascending series or scale:
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Not strict or severe, as in discipline or authority
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The definition of balmy is something that is soothing and pleasant feeling, often medicinal.
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Having a fine texture:
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Not dark in color; fair:
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The definition of slight is a small amount or someone that is fragile or has little weight or substance.
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To make quiet; to calm; to reduce to a state of peace; to dispel (anger or hatred).
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Assuage is defined as to make better or lessen.
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Make calm and content; placate.
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To remove salty or acidic flavors with a sweetener
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To mollify is to pacify someone or to make something less severe.
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To make peaceful or calm; appease; tranquilize
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To allay the anger of, especially by making concessions; appease.
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To gain or regain the goodwill or favor of; appease:
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To make less harsh
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Soothe is defined as to calm or relieve.
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To make pure and salubrious by destroying noxious matter.
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To adapt to live with humans.
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To master is defined as to become an expert in something or to gain control over something or someone.
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To interrupt; to destroy the continuity of; to dissolve or terminate.
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To break something
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Not steep or abrupt
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(Entertainment, informal) Pornographic or profane.
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Of or characteristic of patricians
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(Obsolete) To utter small, low grunts.
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To bestow with nobility, honour or grace.
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To entitle is defined as to give someone legal rights, a legal claim or official permission.
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Topographically rough; uneven:
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Not glaring in color; soft and light in tone.
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