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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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to pretend to agree with someone to make them happy


to or help fulfill the wishes of another while thinking those wishes are not for the best
  • The unlikely figure who captured the rarely uncritical hearts of my grandmother and Owen Meany was a shameless crowd pleaser, a musical panderer who chopped up Chopin and Mozart and Debussy into two— and three-minute exaggerated flourishes on a piano he played with diamond-studded hands.
    p. 265.2

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