smooth (v.)
indulge, humour, allay, flatter
KL II.ii.73[disguised Kent to Cornwall, of those like Oswald] smooth every passion / That in the natures of their lords rebel
Tit IV.iv.96[Tamora to Saturninus, of Titus] I can smooth and fill his aged ears
Tit V.ii.140[Tamora aside to Chiron and Demetrius, of Titus] smooth and speak him fair
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