Assage vs. Assuage: What's the Difference?
Assage and Assuage Definitions
Ass, in the sense of buttocks, and in related idioms.
To make (something burdensome or painful) less intense or severe
Assuage her grief.
To satisfy or appease (hunger or thirst, for example).
To appease or calm
Assuaged his critics.
(transitive) To lessen the intensity of, to mitigate or relieve (hunger, emotion, pain etc.).
(transitive) To pacify or soothe (someone).
To calm down, become less violent (of passion, hunger etc.); to subside, to abate.
To soften, in a figurative sense; to allay, mitigate, ease, or lessen, as heat, pain, or grief; to appease or pacify, as passion or tumult; to satisfy, as appetite or desire.
Refreshing winds the summer's heat assuage.
To assuage the sorrows of a desolate old man
The fount at which the panting mind assuagesHer thirst of knowledge.
To abate or subside.
The plague being come to a crisis, its fury began to assuage.
Cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of;
She managed to mollify the angry customer
The cold water quenched his thirst
Provide physical relief, as from pain;
This pill will relieve your headaches