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appease
used in 1776

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Definition
satisfy or pacify (make less angry or upset) — typically by giving something wanted
  • If it be determined in thy Providence that thousands of our fellow creatures shall this day be slain, let thy wrath be appeased, and in mercy grant that victory be on the side of our suffering, bleeding country.
    p. 95.7

There are no more uses of "appease" in 1776.

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