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    mollify - Dictionary definition and meaning for word mollify

    (verb) cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of
    Example Sentence
    • She managed to mollify the angry customer
    (verb) make more temperate, acceptable, or suitable by adding something else; moderate
    Synonyms : season , temper
    Example Sentence
    • she tempered her criticism
    (verb) make less rigid or softer
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for mollify

mollify sounds like nullify...so just think of nullifying something...nullifying your temper

mollify molly + fy Molly is a girl (sounds like a proper name). A girl is soft!

(HOPE IT HELPS) MOLLIFY can be remembered from PACIFY.. They mean the same..

It is from sanskrit,mollify=mridu(soft)+fy(to make)

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mollify is opposite of molest (which is to beat up).

Mollify --> (Mooli + Fry), by frying mooli(Raddish) it becomes soft. By frying anything hard vegetables tend to get soft.

if you remember emollient (a substance that softens or soothes) derive mollify

convert hard rock to MOLTEN lava...mollify

remember star plus serial .......and the role kMOLIca.........she always soothed her angry husband.....janu shant ho jaoo main kar dungi tumhara kaam

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