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aid to provide assistance, help, or relief to. [2/4 definitions]
basso-relievo see "bas-relief."
bull pen in baseball, an area near the playing field where the relief pitchers practice during the game. [1/3 definitions]
CARE acronym of "Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere."
comfort to give (someone) relief and strength in trouble or distress. [3/5 definitions]
cool affording relief from heat. [1/15 definitions]
easement something that provides relief. [1/3 definitions]
emboss to raise or represent in relief (a surface design). [1/2 definitions]
fentanyl a potent, fast-acting synthetic opioid that is used pharmacologically for pain relief and is also used illicitly.
glad happy or delighted, often with a sense of relief or fulfilled hope; pleased. [1/3 definitions]
Godiva an eleventh-century English noblewoman who, according to legend, rode naked through the streets of Coventry to win relief for the people from a burdensome tax; Lady Godiva.
good riddance used to express relief that someone or something is gone or done with.
gracious used to express surprise, relief, or the like. [1/5 definitions]
lenitive a medicine or treatment that brings relief from pain, discomfort, or distress. [1/2 definitions]
letup a stop, pause, or momentary relief. [1/2 definitions]
low relief sculptural relief that projects slightly from the background; bas-relief.
mezzo-relievo sculptural relief in which the work projects about halfway from the background.
opium an addictive drug derived from one variety of poppy, containing various narcotic substances, and producing calm, stupor, sleep, or relief from pain. [1/2 definitions]
OXFAM a British charity, originally named Oxford Famine Relief, engaged in relieving poverty and suffering worldwide and commonly associated with its thrift shops that sell donated goods.
phew a breathy exhalation used to express exhaustion, relief, disgust, or surprise.
photoengraving a printing process by which an image is transferred photographically onto a relief printing plate. [1/3 definitions]