- v. Simple past tense and past participle of mollify.
“The title mollified him somewhat, but he still felt that he must uphold the dignity of his office.”
“Mrs. Fenton was still ungracious, but the sight of the little pile of gold and the chink of the coins mollified her humour.”
“(without trusting to the tedious and expensive assistance of the engraver); and the best friend to the people likewise, who have means of purchasing these cheap and beautiful productions, and thus having their ideas "mollified" and their manners "feros" no more.”
“mollified" or broken up into small pieces by being burnt between layers of charcoal.”
“The cast and alleged intellectual ambition of Appropriate Adult have not mollified Anne Marie Davis, a daughter of Fred West, whose mother Rena Costello, was one of his victims.”
“Like the kid lifting one thing up off the floor of their room, hoping that the parents will be mollified and go do something else, McConnell is just testing the limits and pretending.”
“He assumed they didn't like his coffee and was mollified only when the other customers convinced him that the offenders were probably out-of-towners.”
“Eventually the old man allowed himself to be mollified.”
“However, they are being mollified by plans which would give them more overall control of their budgets and internal appointments.”
“They keep retreating and the Republicans are never mollified.”
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