/ (əˈpiːzmənt) /
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the policy of acceding to the demands of a potentially hostile nation in the hope of maintaining peace
the act of appeasing
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How to use appeasement in a sentence
This appeasement came at a dire cost, ultimately allowing secessionism to gain serious currency among his Southern colleagues.Mitch McConnell has repeated Stephen A. Douglas’s biggest mistake|Lauren Haumesser|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
Cultural definitions for appeasement
A political policy of conceding to aggression by a warlike nation.
notes for appeasement
A classic example of appeasement is the Munich Pact of 1938, negotiated between Neville Chamberlain and Adolf Hitler. Chamberlain, the prime minister of Britain, allowed Hitler to annex part of Czechoslovakia to Germany.
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