tranquilizing

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From tranquilize +‎ -ing.

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

tranquilizing (comparative more tranquilizing, superlative most tranquilizing)

  1. Of a drug: having the effect of calming a person or animal, or putting them to sleep; sedating, sedative.
  2. (literary) Having the effect of making someone or something tranquil; calming, soothing.

NounEdit

tranquilizing

  1. gerund of tranquilize
    1. The act of calming a person or animal, or putting them to sleep, using a drug.
    2. The act of making someone or something tranquil.

VerbEdit

tranquilizing

  1. present participle of tranquilize