Pacify in a sentence as a verb

The remedy is to set them right as to facts, pardon & pacify them.

The remedy is to set them right as to the facts, pardon and pacify them.

Gaming is just one of many ways people pacify themselves.

It's like babysitting 250 erratic 4-year-olds a day without the right toys to pacify them, except those 4-year-olds can **** you.

I'll take an inappropriate CEO over an appropriate CEO that is willing to lie to the public just to pacify them and to keep his job.

However, it presents a dilemma between choosing to pacify this type of customer vs just ignoring them.

Seems to me that the system is just a way to pacify would-be protesters by giving them an outlet for their discontent that has a low barrier to entry.

So thinking they had a sucker they adopted a riskier strategy of ********, and pacify, in an effort to keep the sucker at the table while they milked him.

They spend months doing expensive research, while your product engineers fly from city to city trying to pacify the increasingly irate customers.

There's a lot to learn from genetic diversity rather than applying the racism badge to it every ******* time and ignoring it to pacify some over-sensitive idiots.

When a legislator say they will "look" at something, it means they don't intend to actually do anything about it but are simply attempting to pacify their constituents by promising something.

That is, leaving aside the fact that the police are ostensibly part of the populace, how would some police and a single APC pacify even a couple of blocks of citizens without the cooperation of those citizens?Personally, and I realize that this is opinion, I do not believe your assumption is true, and as such is a pretty good example of why the ideas you are critiquing are useful- it is difficult to see the larger system of power described by the ability or inability to motivate people.

Pacify definitions


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

See also: lenify conciliate assuage appease mollify placate gentle gruntle


fight violence and try to establish peace in (a location); "The U.N. troops are working to pacify Bosnia"