Synonyms for Appease:
n.submit, surrender, go down, give away, roll over, go out, bomb out of, lose. cool down, study at, yield, smooth someone's ruffled feathers, calm down. sweeten, dulcify. content, give, indulge, fulfill. •appease (noun)
conciliate, quell, gruntle, mollify, placate, lenify, pacify, propitiate, stay, gentle, assuage.
redress, restitute, recompense, atone, redeem, retaliate, make amends, rectify.
calm, cool, pacify, soothe, compose, quell, quiet, placate, sedate, allay, tranquilize, still.
allow, settle, mediate, bargain, concede, compensate, reconcile, accommodate, adjust, compromise.
lenify, mollify, conciliate, assuage, gruntle, pacify, placate, gentle.
moderate, conciliate, soften, hush, defuse, stabilize, mollify, smooth, ebb.
alleviate, relieve, comfort, cure, help, console, ease, lull, remedy, assuage, aid.
fill, gorge, gratify, saturate, glut, sate, satiate, quench, satisfy, engorge, stuff, slake.
•satisfy, pacify (verb)
calm, ease, assuage, quench, alleviate, compose, subdue, placate, mollify, tranquilize, allay, propitiate, gratify, lull, quell, quiet, conciliate, soothe, sweeten, soften, content.
calm down, dulcify, bomb out of, cool down. roll over. go out. give away, submit, lose, surrender, fulfill. indulge, go down. •atone
•Other relevant words:
dulcify, fulfill, cool down, calm down, content, gentle, submit, sweeten, lose, conciliate, surrender, propitiate, give, indulge, gruntle, yield, lenify, stay.
Usage examples for appease
It's the only possible way to appease one's conscience." – Recalled to Life by Grant Allen
He determined to try to ingratiate himself with Hunter and appease his wrath by sacrificing someone else. – The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists by Robert Tressell