verb (used with object), mol·li·fied, mol·li·fy·ing.
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You might mollify some by creating a “naming ceremony” for your child.
My feelings were still hurt and I was in a snit and would not be mollified.Catching Shade From Your (and the Beastie Boys’) Favorite TV Cop|Eugene Robinson|October 14, 2020|Ozy
What she said could only be conjectured but apparently Mrs. Anderson was mollified for peace reigned the remainder of the week.Rosemary|Josephine Lawrence
"That's better," Sebastian said, in a mollified tone, when she had brought another basin.Hilda Wade|Grant Allen
"It may be anything," uttered Jorgenson, morosely, but as it were in a mollified tone.The Rescue|Joseph Conrad
Maurice's annoyance at interruption was mollified by the pride of ownership.Carnival|Compton Mackenzie
"You had better come up and have your supper with us," Andrew said, mollified by his brother's humility.Bonnie Prince Charlie|G. A. Henty