Use Allay in a sentence
Meaning: [verb] to lessen ;
The president tried hard to allay those concerns today.
No evidence has been produced to allay these concerns.
I saw his anxiety begin to surface and promptly allayed it.
The men chewed cornstalks to allay their thirst.
Antonina’s own looks helped allay suspicion.
Vomiting was often very difficult to allay .
The government was quick in allaying the fears of market players.
Scottish fears of absorption by England seemed to have been allayed.
This will allay yet another fear of those who have remained skeptical.
Some Alliance supporters made statements that did little to allay such fears.