relieving (part of speech: adjective)
compromising (part of speech: verb)
satisfying (part of speech: verb)
soothing (part of speech: adjective)
calming (part of speech: verb)
pacifying (part of speech: verb)
atoning (part of speech: verb)
- The monopolizing eater of animal flesh would no longer destroy his constitution by devouring an acre at a meal, and many loaves of bread would cease to contribute to gout, madness and apoplexy, in the shape of a pint of porter, or a dram of gin, when appeasing the long- protracted famine of the hardworking peasant's hungry babes. - "The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley Volume III", Percy Bysshe Shelley Edited by Thomas Hutchinson, M. A..
- Venus stops him, and employs, in her soothing and caresses, all the usual arts of appeasing and blinding a jealous lover. - "A Treatise on the Art of Dancing", Giovanni-Andrea Gallini.
- The District Attorney talked to the jury of " the necessity of appeasing the South." - "Isaac T. Hopper", L. Maria Child.