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synonyms for pandered

  • cajole
  • gratify
  • massage
  • please
  • satisfy
  • snow
  • soap
  • stroke
  • brownnose
  • fall all over
  • lay it on
  • play the game
  • play up to
  • politic
  • soften up
  • suck up to
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antonyms for pandered

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  • anger
  • annoy
  • disappoint
  • disturb
  • frustrate
  • upset
  • deny
  • dissatisfy
  • refuse
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How to use pandered in a sentence

I had the exasperated feeling that I was just being pandered to, humored by everyone, because I was wounded.
MAN AND MAIDELINOR GLYN
Mr. Bignell created no vice—he merely pandered to what was in existence.
DAYS AND NIGHTS IN LONDONJ. EWING RITCHIE
Mr. Bignell created no public vices; he merely pandered to p. 121what was in existence.
CHRISTOPHER CRAYON'S RECOLLECTIONSJ. EWING RITCHIE
And to cap it all, at the psychological moment, Yunsan pandered the Emperor to novelties of excess that had been long preparing.
THE JACKET (THE STAR-ROVER)JACK LONDON
They removed all restraints on his will, and pandered to his depraved tastes.
A MODERN HISTORY, FROM THE TIME OF LUTHER TO THE FALL OF NAPOLEONJOHN LORD, A.M.
Yet He never flattered the poor, nor pandered to their prejudices or passions.
MODERN SKEPTICISM: A JOURNEY THROUGH THE LAND OF DOUBT AND BACK AGAINJOSEPH BARKER
In large towns there was a class that pandered to the vices of the licentious.
THE CHAUTAUQUAN, VOL. III, FEBRUARY 1883THE CHAUTAUQUAN LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC CIRCLE
Thus they first created a bad taste, and then pandered to it.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 64, NO.394, AUGUST, 1848VARIOUS
He was enslaved by his vices, and by those who pandered to them; and he could not act either the king or the man.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME VIIIJOHN LORD
There was no reward for genius except when it flattered and pandered to what was demoralizing.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME IVJOHN LORD
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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