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TAKE OVER FROM

'TAKE OVER FROM' is a 12 letter phrase starting with T and ending with M

Crossword clues for 'TAKE OVER FROM'

ClueAnswer
Take over from (7)RELIEVE
Alleviate pain (7)RELIEVE
Give rest to (7)RELIEVE
Ease a burden (7)RELIEVE
Ease, as pain (7)RELIEVE
Take over for (7)RELIEVE
Break the sameness of (7)RELIEVE
Take over the duties of (7)RELIEVE
Make less unpleasant (7)RELIEVE

Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for TAKE OVER FROM [relieve]

We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word relieve will help you to finish your crossword today. We've arranged the synonyms in length order so that they are easier to find.

3 letter words

AID - LAY - LET - PAD - RID - ROB - SUB - TAP

4 letter words

ABET - CALM - DULL - EASE - FREE - HELP - LIFT - LOOT - LULL - MILK - MINE - NUMB - RE-UP - SAVE - VARY

5 letter words

ABATE - ALLAY - AVAIL - BLEED - CHEER - COVER - DRAIN - FAVOR - GHOST - QUIET - RAISE - RALLY - RELAX - RIFLE - SALVE - SET UP - SLAKE - SPARE - SPELL - STAND - STILL - STUPE

6 letter words

ACT FOR - ASSIST - ASSURE - BEAR UP - BENUMB - CUT OFF - CUT OUT - DEADEN - DIFFER - DIVEST - DO GOOD - DO TIME - DOCTOR - DOUBLE - ENLIST - EXCUSE - FAVOUR - FILL IN - FOMENT - LESSEN - LET OFF - PACIFY - REDEEM - REDUCE - REMEDY - RESCUE - REVIVE - ROTATE - SIGN UP - SOFTEN - SOLACE - SOOTHE - SUBDUE - SUCCOR - SUPPLY - TEMPER - UNLADE - UNLOAD

7 letter words

ABRIDGE - ABSOLVE - APPEASE - ASSUAGE - BAIL OUT - BE LIGHT - BENEFIT - BEREAVE - BREAK UP - COMFORT - CONSOLE - CURTAIL - CUSHION - DELIVER - DEPRIVE - DISSENT - DIVERGE - DO A TOUR - HAVE A GO - HEARTEN - LIGHTEN - MOLLIFY - OFF-LOAD - PLUNDER - PROTECT - QUALIFY - RANSACK - RECLAIM - RELEASE - RELIEVE - REPLACE - RESTORE - SLACKEN - STICK UP - SUCCEED - SUCCOUR - SUPPORT - TIME OFF - VARIATE

8 letter words

BEFRIEND - CROWD OUT - DECREASE - DIMINISH - DISPENSE - DISPLACE - DISUNIFY - DO A HITCH - DO A STINT - GIVE HELP - KNOCK OFF - LIBERATE - MITIGATE - MODERATE - PALLIATE - PINCH-HIT - POULTICE - REASSURE - REENLIST - SPELL OFF - SUPPLANT - TAKE FROM - TAKE OVER - UNBURDEN

9 letter words

ALLEVIATE - ALTERNATE - BEAR A HAND - DEPRIVE OF - DISBURDEN - DISCHARGE - DIVERSIFY - DOUBLE FOR - EASE ONE OF - ENCOURAGE - EXEMPLIFY - FILL IN FOR - GIVE A HAND - GIVE A LIFT - KNOCK OVER - LEND A HAND - MAKE LIGHT - POUR OIL ON - PUT AT EASE - REPRESENT - SERVE TIME - SET AT EASE - SUBROGATE - SUPERSEDE - TAKE IN TOW - TAKE TURNS - UNBALLAST - VARIEGATE

10 letter words

AMELIORATE - DISENTITLE - DIVARICATE - GHOSTWRITE - GIVE A BOOST - GIVE RELIEF - HAVE TENURE - HOLD OFFICE - KEEP A WATCH - LEND ONE AID - PROFFER AID - STAND IN FOR - SUBSTITUTE - UNDERSTUDY

11 letter words

ANESTHETIZE - CONDOLE WITH - DISENCUMBER - EASE MATTERS - GIVE COMFORT - KICK THE BEAM - MAKE LIGHTER - RESUSCITATE

12 letter words

LIGHTEN ONE OF - PAT ON THE BACK - POUR BALM INTO - REDUCE WEIGHT - TAKE AWAY FROM - WEIGH LIGHTLY

13 letter words

DEADEN THE PAIN - DIFFERENTIATE - SUBSTITUTE FOR - UNDERSTUDY FOR

14 letter words

SWAP PLACES WITH - SYMPATHIZE WITH

16 letter words

CHANGE PLACES WITH - HAVE LITTLE WEIGHT - RENDER ASSISTANCE

Definition of relieve

  • provide physical relief, as from pain; "This pill will relieve your headaches"
  • alleviate or remove (pressure or stress) or make less oppressive; "relieve the pressure and the stress"; "lighten the burden of caring for her elderly parents"
  • take by stealing; "The thief relieved me of $100"
  • free from a burden, evil, or distress


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