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

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There is nothing wrong with appeasement if the aggressor can be appeased at acceptable costs.
But Shatner, who incidentally just won a harness racing championship at the Kentucky State Fair, isn't appeased by steady TV work.
Once he was easily appeased by Estelle's manipulative sex, now he has had enough.
The subject of Ellen, 2001, may return the camera's stare, but her eyes harbor a look of wariness not to be appeased even by the lyrically distracting blue shadow that hovers across her shoulder as though part of the sky itself had come down to rest there.
But today we do not face an expansionist power that demands to be appeased.
They do this by crafting special exceptions-librarians are appeased by a special copying privilege for libraries (which requires a legislative definition of "library") and broadcasters are appeased with a special broadcaster privilege (which requires a legislative definition of "broadcaster"), and so on.
Trump noted particular admiration for Richard Schaffer, chairman of the City Planning Commission, who ensured varying interests were appeased by project givebacks.
I am not sanguine that the doubts nurtured by psychotherapy's most intense and imaginative critics will be appeased [by new placebo studies],' notes Parloff.
In Australia at the invitation of the Parliament of the World's Religions conference, Rinpoche said countries merely appeased China out of fear or greed.
THE Prime Minister Tony Blair today explicitly compared Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein to Adolf Hitler, and warned that opponents of war might be remembered in the same way as those who appeased the Nazi leader.
Consequently, while board personnel are cagey about the future of the AIDS curriculum, the objecting parents are not appeased.
And then, for good measure, he concocted an apology so diplomatic that the French were appeased.
Chao said because most investors were appeased with Tuesday's news, the company probably decided to make Wednesday the date to announce ending the agreements.