propitiate

to win or regain the goodwill of.
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Propitiate

• (v. t.) To appease to render favorable; to make propitious; to conciliate. • (v. i.) To make propitiation; to atone.
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Propitiate

Pro·pi'ti·ate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Propitiated ; present participle & verbal noun Propitiating .] [ Latin propitiatus , past participle of propitiare to propitiate, from propitius favorable...
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propitiate

make peace with
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propitiate

make peace with
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propitiate

make peace with
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propitiate

make peace with
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propitiate

propitiate 1. To appease or to conciliate someone or something.
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propitiate

to render favourable; to appease
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propitiate

[v] - make peace with
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