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appease
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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
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  • It was a submission and Mr Tate, appeased, folded up the essay and passed it across to him, saying: —O.
  • But the class was not so soon appeased.
  • He turned to appease the fierce longings of his heart before which everything else was idle and alien.
  • Truth is beheld by the intellect which is appeased by the most satisfying relations of the intelligible; beauty is beheld by the imagination which is appeased by the most satisfying relations of the sensible.
  • Truth is beheld by the intellect which is appeased by the most satisfying relations of the intelligible; beauty is beheld by the imagination which is appeased by the most satisfying relations of the sensible.

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  • The President is thought to have made the statement to appease the party faithful.
  • If I fail English because I didn’t do my homework, there will be no appeasing my mother.

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