lull definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • resulting in to sleep or rest; soothe or soothe.
    • To deceive into trustfulness: "that honeyed charm which he used so successfully to lull their sufferers” ( S.J. Perelman).
    • resulting in to rest by relaxing influences; to compose; to soothe; to soothe; to peaceful.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To become peaceful.
    • To become slowly calm; to subside; to stop or abate for a time.
  • noun:
    • a somewhat peaceful period, as in a storm.
    • An interval of lessened task: a lull in sales.
    • a time period of sleep or relaxing
    • an interval without waves or wind.
    • a prolonged pause between sets of waves.
    • The power or top-notch soothing; that which soothes; a lullaby.
    • a short-term cessation of violent storm or confusion.
    • whatever lulls; a quieting or soothing impact.
    • Temporary quiet and remainder; suspension system of activity or chaos, like in a storm or any kind of excessive activity.
    • a pause when things tend to be calm or activities are reduced
    • a time period of calm weather condition
  • verb:
    • resulting in to sleep by relaxing impacts; to write; to sooth; to soothe; to peaceful.
    • associated with surface of this water, never to move considering deficiencies in wind and waves.
    • make peaceful or however
    • relax by deception
    • become quiet or less intensive
  • others:
    • To quiet; compose; assuage; caress; cause to rest or diminish by gentle, relaxing means: because, to lull a child or a feverish client; to lull grief, discomfort, or suspicion.
    • To deceive.
    • Synonyms To sooth, hush, tranquilize.
    • To diminish; stop; become relaxed: as, the wind lulls.

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