- v. Simple past tense and past participle of appease.
“Chaimberlin "appeased" Hitler by handing over Czechoslovakia to him, not by talking to him.”
“So let me get this straight after 6 years later after 33 million civilians and 17 million military dead and trillions upon trillions of dollars, the worlds greatest military finally corners a guy who Neville Chamberlain appeased … despite his ambitions to take over the world in his book … after all Hitler was anti slaughter and anti smoking …”
“The current uneasy state is one in which, largely speaking, the conservatives are being appeased from a reluctance to risk that break.”
“The captain appeased the coolies 'fears by stating that they should go off in the pilot's boat.”
“Ideologically, the Clinton administration was committed to the idea that most terrorists were misunderstood, had legitimate grievances, and could be appeased, which is why such military action as the administration authorized was so halfhearted, and ineffective, and designed more for 'show' than for honestly eliminating a threat. "”
“I just thought you might get a kick out of that, and--perhaps--feel a bit more "appeased" as well.”
“(For those of you who don't remember or didn't pay attention in Grade 10 World History, Neville Chamberlain was the British Prime Minister who "appeased" Hitler in 1938; he was voted out of office shortly after the start of World War II in 1939 and was succeeded by Winston Churchill.)”
“Further, the US never "appeased" Iraq, so the Chamberlain/Churchill reference is irrelevant.”
“The producer just kind of appeased him... nodded and stuff.”
“It has exposed the divisive and completely false but widely disseminated propaganda of the BJP and Sangh Parivar that the Muslims have been 'appeased' by various central and state governments.”
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