pacify definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To ease the anger or agitation of.
    • To end war, fighting, or assault in; establish comfort in.
    • In order to make become at comfort; to appease; to relax; to however; to peaceful; to allay the agitation, excitement, or resentment of; to tranquillize
  • verb:
    • to carry comfort to (a place or situation), by closing war, fighting, assault, fury or agitation.
    • To appease (some one).
    • battle assault and attempt to establish comfort in (an area)
    • cause to be more positively willing; get the good might of
  • others:
    • To appease; relax; peaceful; allay the agitation or excitement of: as, to pacify a person when crazy.
    • to bring back serenity to; tranquilize: since, to pacify nations in contention.
    • Synonyms To conciliate, assuage, still, lull, smooth, compose, soothe, mollify.
    • In order to make calm by force; render inactive by depriving regarding the way of opposition.

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