I would have been appeased by a simple line indicating Lincoln had met with Douglass at some point.
We will not be appeased with the appointment of one stand-out woman in a high profile position.
The crowd at First was relatively calm, appeased, in part, by periodic, spontaneous outbursts of the Star-Spangled Banner.
They cannot be appeased, any more than the Nazis could be appeased.
As the Roman emperors knew during the staging of the gladiator games at the Coliseum, so FIFA knows now: The mob must be appeased.
He would return from these expeditions exhausted but not appeased.
Her pity was sad and beautiful and at the same time it appeased her pain.
She had paid her creditors something on account all round, and had left them appeased and trustful, if not content.
In the midst of this great felicity which had appeased her, she had now had time for reflection.
They had a profound veneration for him; with one word only, he appeased their quarrels, and put an end to all their differences.