Appease [verb]

Definition of Appease:

satisfy, pacify

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Sentence/Example of Appease:

In the time of destruction they shall pour out their force: and they shall appease the wrath of him that made them.

Some affirm that he wrote to please royalty, but if so why did he not condemn the custom to appease the wrath of a sapient king.

This policy is necessary to appease the opposition that might be interposed in their behalf.

An angry controversy resulted, to appease which Theodosius the younger assembled the Council of Ephesus.

Andrea held up her hand to appease the patrician, whose exaggeration annulled his superiority.

Can this God, who died to appease the implacable fury of His Father, serve as an example which men ought to follow?

Now the opening was filled with the Shawnees, word having passed that Black Hoof was about to appease his war-medicine.

Why did he not appease himself without immolating a victim so precious and so innocent?

There is something in the very words "flying column" to appease the impatient; wings in the air, a swoop upon the victim.

But this was almost certainly a bronze lamp in the form of a bird, which they produced to appease her importunity.