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synonyms for appeased

  • allay
  • alleviate
  • assuage
  • blunt
  • calm
  • lessen
  • mitigate
  • mollify
  • placate
  • quell
  • soften
  • soothe
  • compose
  • conciliate
  • content
  • diminish
  • do
  • ease
  • gratify
  • lull
  • propitiate
  • quench
  • quiet
  • serve
  • subdue
  • sweeten
  • tranquilize
  • be enough
  • make matters up
  • meet halfway
  • patch things up
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antonyms for appeased

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  • aggravate
  • agitate
  • incite
  • increase
  • intensify
  • irritate
  • provoke
  • trouble
  • upset
  • worry
  • worsen
  • anger
  • annoy
  • arouse
  • destroy
  • displease
  • disturb
  • excite
  • start
  • tease
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How to use appeased in a sentence

“If you just feed this beast in an effort to appease it, it just gets stronger and bolder until it comes after the very people who are trying to appease it,” he added.
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Advocates from the Environmental Health Coalition were not appeased by what they said were weak commitments by Mitsubishi to incorporate just one zero-emission truck into their fleet.
MORNING REPORT: REAL ESTATE DEALS DOGGED FAULCONER’S TENUREVOICE OF SAN DIEGODECEMBER 10, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Maybe they were trying to appease a certain portion of their base, you know, who was behind that idea, but people want clarity.
THE TRAILER: HOW ONE GOP WINNER ROLLED DEMOCRATS IN THE MIDWESTDAVID WEIGELDECEMBER 3, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Washington’s top priority had become appeasing Beal, who can become a free agent in 2022, and building a winner around him.
WIZARDS’ DEAL OF JOHN WALL FOR RUSSELL WESTBROOK IS THE RIGHT MOVE, BUT PACKED WITH RISKBEN GOLLIVERDECEMBER 3, 2020WASHINGTON POST
You’re not going to appease everybody every time no matter what you do.
TWO SCHOOL DISTRICTS HAD DIFFERENT MASK POLICIES. ONLY ONE HAD A TEACHER ON A VENTILATOR.BY ANNIE WALDMAN AND HEATHER VOGELLNOVEMBER 23, 2020PROPUBLICA
And he stood up in the shameful fall of the people: in the goodness and readiness of his soul he appeased God for Israel.
THE BIBLE, DOUAY-RHEIMS VERSIONVARIOUS
Over this we toasted bits of meat on the end of a splinter, and presently our hunger was appeased.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Thereupon the generals hastened round the town to procure funds, and appeased the Visayos with a distribution of 1,800 pesos.
THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDSJOHN FOREMAN
Alexander was appeased, and they remained subject to Alexander and to his successors.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 1 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
He was bitter about the slaying of his brothers, Gareth and Gaheris, and would not be appeased.
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WORDS RELATED TO APPEASED

  • appeased
  • at ease
  • can't complain
  • comfortable
  • complacent
  • contented
  • fat dumb and happy
  • fulfilled
  • gratified
  • pleased as punch
  • satisfied
  • smug
  • tickled pink
  • willing
  • allayed
  • alleviated
  • appeased
  • cared
  • comfortable
  • comforted
  • consoled
  • for
  • mollified
  • pacified
  • placated
  • reassured
  • reconciled
  • relaxed
  • satisfied
  • soothed
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