Definitions

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  • noun One who placates.

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Examples

  • That being said, I fell that Obama is trying to be Mr. Nice-guy where maybe what we need is someone who's selling point isn't being a placater.

    Hillary Has An Emotional Moment On Campaign Trail

  • Why did anyone think Mallory--the consummate insider, placater and member of the new and improved "good new boy's club" see Good Ole Boy's Clubwould do anything different than past mayors to address real quality of life issues?

    Unite Cincinnati Will Fight Weed Law!

  • "If all of them women were seen in the bank, then it don't appear we got a witness after all," the placater, waving his hands in front of the crowd, concluded.

    Come The Spring

  • That's surprising, especially since you describe him as a placater.

    NYT > Home Page

  • But either way, placater or elitist, he has headed us down an evil road by deepening a war we couldn ` t afford eight years ago when it started and certainly can ` t afford after the Bush-Cheney fiasco in Iraq.

    The Student Operated Press

  • But either way, placater or elitist, he has headed us down an evil road by deepening a war we couldn ` t afford eight years ago when it started and certainly can ` t afford after the Bush-Cheney fiasco in Iraq.

    The Student Operated Press

  • Are you a genteel placater of people or do you have a resilient thick hide and attitude of a

    Cross Rhythms

  • “If all of them women were seen in the bank, then it don’t appear we got a witness after all,” the placater, waving his hands in front of the crowd, concluded.

    Come the Spring

  • “If all of them women were seen in the bank, then it don’t appear we got a witness after all,” the placater, waving his hands in front of the crowd, concluded.

    Come the Spring

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