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Spell check of appease

Correct spelling: appease

Synonyms:
accommodate, console, persist, disarm, ennoble, still, comfort, abide, temper, smooth, gentle, placate, pacify, saturate, ease, make amends, delay, stick around, lenify, compromise, satisfy, quench, alleviate, hush, aid, gorge, patch up, ebb, quiet, remedy, redress, gruntle, palliate, atone, last out, detain, soothe, gratify, cool, retaliate, restitute, sweeten, sedate, tranquilize, compose, quell, assuage, ride out, soften, moderate, mediate, allay, outride, sate, season, continue, propitiate, bide, compensate, indulge, calm, entitle, slake, cure, satiate, settle, stabilize, mollify, fulfill, allow, reconcile, subdue, engorge, stay, make up, fill, bargain, stuff, concede, lull, help, content, dulcify, relieve, conciliate, redeem, stick, stay put, squelch, rest, glut, adjust, give, yield, stay on, remain, rectify, recompense.

Antonyms:
disturb, discomfort, peeve, aggravate, ire, nettle, unsettle, unhinge, offend, burn, infuriate, rouse, fret, outrage, harass, upset, affront, worry, slight, gall, grate, ruffle, provoke, madden, get, insult, roil, rile, anger, pester, annoy, distress, kindle, fan, cross, stir up, inflame, persecute, enrage, excite, pique, vex, irritate, harry, chafe, irk, bug, perturb, antagonize, incense, arouse, exasperate, bother, stir, put out, rankle, agitate.

Examples of usage:

1) When E- tuk- i- shook secured a hare with the bow and arrow, we ascended a rocky eminence and sat down to appease the calling stomach without a camp fire. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) But you would wrong me, if you thought that I had caused this dissension between life and myself which nothing but a divorce can appease. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

3) I tried to appease him, and succeeded if not with words, at least by pressing a gold piece into his hand. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

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