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tr.v. dul·ci·fied, dul·ci·fy·ing, dul·ci·fies
1. To make agreeable or gentle; mollify.
2. To sweeten.

[Late Latin dulcificāre, to sweeten : Latin dulcis, sweet + -ficāre, -fy.]

dul′ci·fi·ca′tion (-fĭ-kā′shən) n.
References in classic literature ?
But on this occasion, as she had awakened in an uncommonly pleasant humor, and was further dulcified by her pipe tobacco, she resolved to produce something fine, beautiful, and splendid, rather than hideous and horrible.
In the light of popular music, the hooligan's toughness is conveniently set to music and hence, dulcified.
The merger ratio was dulcified for making the deal more attractive to EADS shareholders, as the aerospace giant s chief executive Tom Enders prepared to appear before German politicians today to address concerns surrounding the deal.