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Use "placative" in a sentence
"We should certainly know what is being taught in all our schools, and to expect a private inspection cadre, which will inevitably soon fall under the control of Deobandis who will put up the shutters to Ofsted while feeding it placative lies, is a crass and reckless step that we shall all come to rue. libertyni"
"The lieutenant governor of the colony was an ambivalent, placative man named George Arthur, who might well have preferred that travesty of humaneness."
"And with a little flurry of placative laughter, she added: "At your age, of course!""