(comparative more alleviated, superlative most alleviated)
- Made more bearable.
- My alleviated sorrow no longer crushes me.
- simple past tense and past participle of alleviate
Variant of alleviate
transitive verballeviated, alleviating
- to make less hard to bear; lighten or relieve (pain, suffering, etc.)
- to reduce or decrease: to alleviate poverty
Origin of alleviateMiddle English alleviaten ; from Late Latin alleviatus, past participle of alleviare, for Classical Latin allevare ; from ad-, to + levis, light