He wiped her foot again to clean away the blood, then taking the salve , he covered the wound and wrapped her foot.
I might even claim that welfare-state-ism can be traced to a desire to simply salve one's conscience.
Maybe if I got out of my house and increased my footprint locally, I could salve my consumerist conscience.
Plath's novel and its melancholy protagonist, whom I would later learn was a thinly veiled version of Plath herself, proved to be the perfect salve for my tortured adolescent mind.
And it was alleged that a Labour councillor claimed mobile soup kitchens were run by ‘middle class do-gooders trying to salve their consciences’.
Numair applied all of the salve for the bleeding that he dared, but Kefari's blood all but refused to fully clot.
He will offer ‘second place’ and ‘survival’, two concepts not defined by the rule book, but which salve the ego for some of the players.
Surely Claybourn isn't thinking of voting for a third-party candidate in order to salve his own political conscience.
After he was finished, the woman dressed his sore wounds with a cooling salve .
The Northern relief road, creating a link between the A591 and A6 north of Kendal, had been billed as a potential shot in the arm for Kendal's economy and a salve for traffic woes.