appease

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To make quiet; to calm; to reduce to a state of peace; to dispel (anger or hatred)

First, a little refreshment to reward my exertions. You may as well be quiet. It is not the first time, or the second, that your veins have appeased my thirst!'.

To come to terms with; to adapt to the demands of

They appeased the angry gods with burnt offerings.

to soothe by quieting anger or indignation
To make quiet; to calm; to reduce to a state of peace; to still; to pacify; to dispel (anger or hatred); as, to appease the tumult of the ocean, or of the passions; to appease hunger or thirst
{f} soothe, ease, bring peace; relieve, satisfy
disapproval If you try to appease someone, you try to stop them from being angry by giving them what they want. Gandhi was accused by some of trying to appease both factions of the electorate = placate. to make someone less angry or stop them from attacking you by giving them what they want (apaisier, from pais )
cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of; "She managed to mollify the angry customer"
make peace with
overcome or allay; "quell my hunger"
appease one's hunger
satisfy one's hunger, eat
appeasable
Able of being calmed or pacified
appeasement
The state of being appeased; the policy of giving in to demands in order to preserve the peace

This decision is the end of any attempts at appeasement in our land; the end of urging us to get along with the dictators, the end of compromise and the forces of oppression.

appeasement
{n} act of quieting, reconciliation
Appeaser
someone who tries to bring peace by acceding to demands; "An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile--hoping it will eat him last"--Winston Churchill
appeasable
Capable of being appeased or pacified; placable
appeasable
can be pacified or satisfied
appeasable
{s} satisfiable, can be contented; pacifiable, can be soothed
appeased
past of appease
appeased
{s} contented, calmed
appeasement
{i} easing, soothing; relief
appeasement
the act of appeasing (as by acceding to the demonds of)
appeasement
The act of appeasing, or the state of being appeased; pacification
appeasement
disapproval Appeasement means giving people what they want to prevent them from harming you or being angry with you. Foreign policy of pacifying an aggrieved nation through negotiation in order to prevent war. The prime example is Britain's policy toward Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany in the 1930s. Neville Chamberlain sought to accommodate Italy's invasion of Ethiopia in 1935 and took no action when Germany absorbed Austria in 1938. When Adolf Hitler prepared to annex ethnically German portions of Czechoslovakia, Chamberlain negotiated the notorious Munich Agreement
appeaser
A person who appeases
appeaser
{i} pacifier, reconciler, one who appeases
appeaser
One who appeases; a pacifier
appeases
third-person singular of appease
appeasing
present participle of appease
appeasing
tending or intended to pacify by acceding to demands or granting concessions; "the appeasing concessions to the Nazis at Munich"; "placating (or placative) gestures"; "an astonishingly placatory speech"
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