appease

297 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ɐpˈiːz], [ɐpˈiːz], [ɐ_p_ˈiː_z]
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Synonyms for Appease:

atone (verb)

atone, compensate, make amends, recompense, rectify, redeem, redress, restitute, retaliate.

calm (verb)

allay, assuage, calm, compose, console, cool, lull, pacify, placate, quell, quiet, sedate, soothe, still, tranquilize.

compromise (verb)

accommodate, adjust, allow, bargain, compromise, concede, mediate, reconcile, settle.

pacify (verb)

conciliate, defuse, ease, ebb, hush, moderate, mollify, relieve, smooth, soften, stabilize.

relieve (verb)

aid, alleviate, comfort, cure, help, remedy.

satisfy (verb)

engorge, fill, glut, gorge, gratify, quench, sate, satiate, satisfy, saturate, slake, stuff.

soothe (verb)

subdue.

Other synonyms and related words:

Stupe, abate, abide, ability, abstemious, affect, after that, allay one's excitability, always, ameliorate, amends, anesthetize, appeaser, appeasing, arbitrate, assortment, baby, balm, balsam, be enough, becalm, benumb, bide, blunt, calm down, cater to, charm, clammy, coddle, comfortableness, complacency, concession, conciliate, conciliation, conciliatorily, content, contentedness, contentment, continue, cool down, cool off, cosset, cradle, curb, cushion, damp, deaden, deaden the pain, deceive, decrease, delay, delight, detain, dexterity, diminish, disarm, disburden, do, dulcify, dull, dwell, earnest, ease matters, ease up, easiness, enjoyment, ennoble, entitle, even, even more, even out, excuse, expiate, extenuate, facility, feast, feed, flat rate, foment, fool, fulfil, fulfill, gentle, give, give relief, gloss over, gratification, gratifyingly, gruntle, hoax, humor, humour, immolate, immolate before, indulge, jolly, jolly along, joy, last out, lay, lay the dust, lenify, lessen, lighten, lighten up, linger, lose, make calm, make matters up, make propitiation, make sacrifice to, make up, master one's feelings, meet halfway, mellow, melt, mild, minimize, mitigate, modest, modify, moist, mollycoddle, muggy, numb, offer sacrifice, outride, overcome one's excitability, pacification, pad, palliate, pamper, patch things up, patch up, peace, persevere, persist, placated, placatingly, play the peacemaker, please, pleasingly, pleasure, poultice, pour balm into, pour balm on, pour oil on, pour oil on troubled water, preparedness, propitiate, quieten, readiness, reasonable, reassure, rebate, reduce, regale, relax, remain, remain behind, remit, render insensible, reparation, repose, repress, repress one's excitability, reside, rest, restrain, ride out, rock, rock to sleep, sacrifice, sad, salve, sane, satiation, satisfaction, satisfactorily, satisfie, satisfier, satisfyingly, season, serene, serenity, serve, set at ease, set at rest, severe, silence, slacken, slacken up, smooth down, smooth over, smoothen, sober, soften up, solid, somber, spoil, squelch, stabilise, staid, stay, stay behind, stay on, stay put, steady, stick, stick around, string along, stroke soothingly, subjugate, submit, subside, suppress, surfeit, surrender, swag, sweeten, switch off, tame, temper, temperate, tone down, tranquility, tranquillise, tranquillize, turn off, ungratifying, untighten, whitewash, win over, yield.

Rhymes for Appease:

  1. keys, seas, please, pleas, sleaze, freeze, flees, breeze, skis, fees, ease, seize, sees, peas, bees, tease, cheese, glees, sneeze, wheeze, squeeze, sprees, frees, trees, fleas;
  2. trustees, maltese, belize, foresees, decrees, unease, burmese, agrees, scorsese, reprise, displease, chinese, disease, trainees, degrees, chemise;
  3. internees, overseas, nepalese, disagrees, expertise, sinhalese, cantonese, javanese, devotees, guarantees, japanese, appointees, siamese, annamese, licensees, nominees, taiwanese, referees;

Quotes for Appease:

  1. This is my chance to get out there and appease the fans of my music as well as show people that I do do standup comedy because a lot of people don't know that's where I started. Nick Cannon.
  2. I think that if you can achieve a balance, then you appease a lot of yourself and your career and what it takes to maintain in this business for a while. Ray Liotta.
  3. It is a sad day for our country when the moral foundation of our law and the acknowledgment of God has to be hidden from public view to appease a federal judge. Soledad O'Brien.