It is needless to add that the worthy provost was mollified, and that the little fellow was dismissed with an admonition.
Mathilde was mollified, but she knew what was fitting, if the Princess did not.
It is hardly to be supposed that they were mollified by this assurance.
That mollified her and she wrote me a note saying she was sorry she had written as she had.
I remained motionless and did not look at her, pretending to be absorbed in my book; but she refused to be mollified.
mollified, he turned his attention once more to the littered bureau.
Esther poured oil on the troubled waters; and Mrs. Murphy became so mollified she pressed Kenneth to stay to supper.
Did he think her, like other girls, to be mollified by sugar-plums and sweet speeches?
He'd been made angry, then mollified, and now he felt tempted to grow angry again.
Fiery lava, tempered and mollified by Time, has become kindly and amenable.
late 14c., "to soften (a substance)," from Old French mollifier or directly from Late Latin mollificare "make soft, mollify" from mollificus "softening," from Latin mollis "soft" (see melt (v.)) + root of facere "to make" (see factitious). Transferred sense of "soften in temper, appease, pacify" is recorded from early 15c. Related: Mollified; mollifying.