vb. (en-third-person singular of: appease)
Usage examples of "appeases".
In fact, values can be used in harmful ways: a source of guilt, a cop-out that appeases your conscience ("I'm not doing much but I have wonderful values"), a device for putting down others ("my values are better than yours"), etc.
Scarecrow music appeases hate, rage, and roving revenge, the cardinal emotions bred in stalls, which oil every scarecrow's mechanism and, serving as monitors, brandish the scarecrow whip: "God help you if.
A favourite saying nowadays is that whereas Chamberlain appeased Germany, Churchill appeases America.
Father Quixote said and he quoted his favourite saint, " 'Nothing appeases an enraged elephant so much as a sight of a little lamb, nothing breaks the force of cannon balls so well as wool.