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"Appease Meaning"

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Similar Words: appeasers, appeaser, appeasements, appeasement, appeased

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Word Example of - Appease

Example Sentences for appease

I will tell him that the death of one brother is sufficient to appease the demands of justice.

They congregate and sing, as some say to appease, and others to frighten, the evil spirits.

This was designed to appease the fury of Cerberus, the infernal doorkeeper, and to procure a safe and quiet entrance.

She dropped the meat into the water, hoping to appease the angry god.

They were apparently intended to appease the presiding divinity by gratifying her passion for stamping things.

She could not, however, appease him, and my arrest was determined.

Her suspense is one that the child's return would not appease.

She beckoned him in, and put food before him that he might appease his hunger.

May her blood, innocent and pure as a lamb's, appease the wrath of Hesus!

It took them some time, however, to appease their appetites.

Word Origin & History of - Appease

    Word Origin & History

    appease early 14c., from O.Fr. apaiser, apeser "to pacify, make peace, appease, be reconciled, placate" (12c.), from the phrase a paisier "bring to peace," from a- "to" + pais, from L. pacem (nom. pax) "peace."

The Definition of - Appease (verb)

    verb (used with object), appeased, appeasing.
    1.
    to bring to a state of peace, quiet, ease, calm, or contentment; pacify; soothe:
    to appease an angry king.
    2.
    to satisfy, allay, or relieve; assuage:
    The fruit appeased his hunger.
    3.
    to yield or concede to the belligerent demands of (a nation, group, person, etc.) in a conciliatory effort, sometimes at the expense of justice or other principles.