Hasn’t it ever occurred to you that in your promiscuous pursuit of women you are merely trying to assuage your subconscious fears of sexual impotence?
To assuage my fears of sexual impotence.
Colonel Cathcart was helpless to assess exactly how much ground he had gained or lost with his goddam skeet-shooting range and wished that Colonel Korn were in his office right then to evaluate the entire episode for him still one more time and assuage his fears.
There are no more uses of "assuage" in the book.
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The panel will have an equal number of Democrats and Republicans to help assuage concern that it could be used for political ends.
The police chief made a statement that assuaged many people’s worst fears.