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yin-yangAlleviate is a verb that means to blindly keep on going the way you’ve been going, merely allowing inertia to take it’s course without thinking about it.

Alleviate has the same root as deviate and it is clear to see the similarity, yet contrast between the two. It could, thus, be said that alleviate and deviate are a linguistic yin and yang, but that is likely to be said only by people who have been smoking way too much dope and have way too much time on their hands. Not that there’s anything wrong with those things.

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