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propitiative

See definition of propitiative on Dictionary.com
  • as inexpiatory
  • as inconciliatory

synonyms for propitiative

  • expiative
  • propitiatory
  • atonable
  • atoneable
  • conciliative
  • conciliatory
  • expiable
  • lustral
  • lustrative
  • purgatorial
  • purificatory
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How to use propitiative in a sentence

The missive from Arthur was a short but complete and propitiative acknowledgment of his error and fraility.
BYLOW HILLGEORGE WASHINGTON CABLE
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO PROPITIATIVE

  • appeasing
  • assuaging
  • calm
  • civil
  • disarming
  • irenic
  • pacific
  • peaceable
  • placating
  • placatory
  • propitiative
  • quiet
  • willing
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.