Appease (verb)

  1. To pacify or soothe someone who is angry or upset.
  2. To make a situation or problem less severe or serious.

Origin:

From the old french apaisier meaning "to pacify" or "to bring peace to".

Examples:

  1. The government tried to appease the angry protesters by promising to address their demands.
  2. The word "appease" comes from the Old French apaisier meaning "to pacify" or "to bring peace to".
  3. He tried to appease his wife by buying her a gift.
  4. She tried to appease her conscience by donating to charity.
  5. The government tried to appease the angry mob by promising to investigate the matter.
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