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Definition of "appeased" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of appease. (verb)

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Use "appeased" in a sentence
  • "Chaimberlin "appeased" Hitler by handing over Czechoslovakia to him, not by talking to him."
  • "So let me get this straight after 6 years later after 33 million civilians and 17 million military dead and trillions upon trillions of dollars, the worlds greatest military finally corners a guy who Neville Chamberlain appeased … despite his ambitions to take over the world in his book … after all Hitler was anti slaughter and anti smoking …"
  • "The current uneasy state is one in which, largely speaking, the conservatives are being appeased from a reluctance to risk that break."