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to grant or have what is demanded by (a need or desire)

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References in classic literature ?
Satisfy the populace; I undertake to appease the bailiff, who will appease monsieur the cardinal.
Vanstone's character which Miss Garth, after many years of intimate experience, had never detected, she accepted the explanation as a matter of course; receiving it all the more readily inasmuch as it might, without impropriety, be communicated in substance to appease the irritated curiosity of the two young ladies.
Summary: David Cameron appeases backbenchers at PMQs by saying he is prepared to use a veto on EU budget negotiations.
Bush appeases Sharon for domestic political reasons.
And so, behind closed doors (of course), they busily work at creating the perfect compromise, one that appeases every vested interest, and one that's sure to get enough votes to pass.