- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of appease.
“If Obama 'appeases' anyone with a Hillary VP choice, he sets himself up for a presidency where around every corner there's someone looking for 'appeasement.”
“But sins between human beings i.e. injuring or stealing from a colleague ... will never be forgiven until he gives his colleague what he owes him and appeases him.”
“Another fine example of taking a middle of the road position to appeases the masses.”
“Instead of mobilising mass demonstrations against the killings, the Pakistan Peoples party appeases the very forces responsible for the murder of its former leader Benazir Bhutto.”
“This appeases the both the DFMF and SSBI in me and allows us to keep the fruits of society's labors in the hands of the people and not the one.”
“This way Schuler can say there has been enough time to evaluate their operation (making sure she appeases the people that she screwed when that mess went in over there) and Weisner will have time to squeeze money out of Sonics Franch. owner.”
“Bad appeases anyone who does not want ALL citizens to receive adequate care!”
“It neither reduces the deficit nor appeases John McCain.”
“This appeases Riley's anti-gambling constituents and his past Mississippi funders who want Alabama gamblers to keep streaming into their casinos.”
“Nothing appeases an angry fan base quite like a regime change.”
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