Thesaurus / placated

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That led to his suspension and a flurry of appointments by al-Sarraj aimed at placating Misurata by giving positions and powers to others from the city.

And I wouldn't be put off or placated by a chance to fatten my own bank roll.

North of Fifty-ThreeBertrand W. Sinclair

He should have kissed it, even gone on his knees to do it, and placated her with a laughing extravagance.

Old CrowAlice Brown

Grant hurried away, and placated Mrs. Bates after a stormy interlude.

But when he did, it was with the news that De Gourgues had been placated and that a boat had come ashore for us, down the beach.

In the course of the year cabins were built, a little corn planted and the Indians placated.

"Mr. Corbin was very courteous," placated the old man in a mild voice.

DestinyCharles Neville Buck

But Mr. Brokenshire shook off the hand, refusing to be placated.

The High HeartBasil King

Although obviously relenting, and placated by the tacit apology, the old servant obdurately shook his head surlily.

The Storm CentreCharles Egbert Craddock

The troops were in the country; we were placated with the information that they were "falling over one another in Cape Town."

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