use relieving in a sentence.
This is reassuring/relieving.
That's relieving to hear.
It's such a relieving feeling when you realize that you are not alone.
Being able to settle is something only the guilty should find relieving.
Certain companies (like Braintree) offer a service where the credit card data is POSTed directly to their server, relieving you of most aspects of PCI compliance.
A half hour of gentle exercise with changing scenery is better for relieving my stress than sitting in my home.
It might be a relieving feature for the insiders, but it unfortunately renders your post to "I highly recommend these closed doors".
I can't comment on stretching but I've found foam rolling (or other such myofascial release) to be the greatest thing ever for relieving tight muscles.
Which is exactly the same as jackbooted thugs going into people's homes and relieving them of physical property.
I think what he tries to say by 'socialism' is to divert the focus of research from for-profit, corporation-sponsored goals to more idealistic pursuits, relieving the researcher from a profitability constraint on his work
When you hire someone at a bargain salary there is always a question of whether you are really "making the newly hired job-seekers happy" or just relieving them of their temporary desperation only to see their uncontentedness surface later.
It's relieving to read pieces like this.
Any fun hobby that involves full-body exercise will probably help improve back pain, by strengthening the core muscles that support the back, while at the same time relieving mental stress that causes people to hunch up or sit tightly.
The iPad is exactly what I expected, allowing me to work when I am not at my desk and greatly relieving my joint pain (which was a problem with my former netbook).
I think the point is that the editorial placement of stories is relieving you of a burden, not telling you what to think.