- to create (an offense or criminal activity) appear less serious; extenuate.
- to produce less serious or intense; mitigate: attempted unsuccessfully to palliate the widespread discontent.
- to alleviate the outward symptoms of an illness or disorder.
- to pay for with a mantle or cloak; to cover up; to cover.
- To cover with excuses; to conceal the enormity of, by excuses and apologies; to extenuate.
- To reduce in violence; to reduce or abate; to mitigate; to help relieve without healing.
- Covered with a mantle; cloaked; concealed; disguised.
- Eased; mitigated; reduced.
- to pay for with a cloak; clothe.
- to cover up; conceal.
- To cover or hide; excuse or extenuate; soften or tone down by pleading or urging extenuating circumstances, or by positive representations: since, to palliate faults or a crime.
- To reduce in violence; mitigate; lessen or abate: as, to palliate a disease.
- Eased; mitigated.
- In zoology, having a pallium; of or pertaining to the Palliata; tectibranchiate.
- lessen or even to try to reduce the severity or degree of
- offer actual relief, as from discomfort
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