Mollify in a sentence as a verb

Appease and mollify them with eye candy and doublespeak.

How do you mollify your shareholders that some non-handset company is eating your lunch?

Yanukovych will make concessions to the opposition leaders who will then try to mollify the crowds.

I love how these people apparently think that denying doing something that's not the thing that everyone is talking about is going to distract and mollify the public...

They created ContentID to mollify the Content industry into playing nice and creating the dumping ground that is Vevo and letting their products appear in the Google Play store.

Maybe he can offer to take a class or two at junior college, or on Khan Academy to mollify his parents that he is still doing something and that their kid is not a "dropout.

Billions of dollars aren't spent to modify a vaccine just to mollify a small community of questioners, who weren't even that great in number at the time of conversion.

There's a possibility this may also mollify some of the people upset about losing the "ACM" publisher line, since they could instead list a "University of California" publisher line, which is also a well-known institution.

As an idealistic young American with no experience with the justice system and a firm belief that what was happening to her was wrong, I think her common sense told her she had the right to speak her mind and to crack a few jokes to mollify the terror she felt at having just received a federal prison sentence.

Mollify definitions


cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of; "She managed to mollify the angry customer"

See also: pacify lenify conciliate assuage appease placate gentle gruntle


make more temperate, acceptable, or suitable by adding something else; moderate; "she tempered her criticism"

See also: temper season


make less rigid or softer