Mr. Rochester took breakfast with us in a gloomy old dressing-room, moody and taciturn, unpacified by sleep.
As for special commission, I do not know if your Lordship have one, unless it be in the unruly and unpacified encomiendas.
late 15c., "appease, allay the anger of (someone)," from Middle French pacifier "make peace," from Latin pacificare "to make peace; pacify," from pacificus (see pacific). Of countries or regions, "to bring to a condition of calm," c.1500, from the start with suggestions of submission and terrorization. Related: Pacified; pacifying.