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- Then, thus addressed, the saint, well pleased, The fury of his wrath appeased.†
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- Now ere the saint resolve to bring Destruction on each living thing, Let us appease, while yet we may, Him bright as fire, like fire to slay.†
- Ráma Appeased.†
- But Mahápársva saw the sting Of keen reproach had galled the king; And humbly, eager to appease His anger, spoke in words like these: "And breathes there one so cold and weak The forest and the gloom to seek Where savage beasts abound, and spare To taste the luscious honey there?†
- He ceased: the prudent counsel pleased The monarch, and his wrath appeased; Then to his council hall in haste The giant lord his steps retraced.†
(appease) satisfy or pacify (make less angry or upset) -- typically by giving something wantededitor's notes: For example, a salesperson might give a discount coupon to appease an angry customer; or you might grab a quick snack to appease your hunger.