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Definition of "appeasing" []

  • Present participle of appease. (verb)

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Use "appeasing" in a sentence
  • "MP Ayoob Kara said the killings only show that Netanyahu's policy of what he calls appeasing the Palestinians isn't working."
  • "And yes McDonnell messed up in appeasing all his constituents."
  • "Thanks to Bush (with help from the impotent and crooked Zeropeans) the UN is more irrelevant today than it has ever been and more and more countries are damning the French, Germans and Russians for their part in appeasing and enabling the terrorists they find on their own soil."