verb (used with object), pac·i·fied, pac·i·fy·ing.
Examples from the Web for pacified
But Miss Mercy was not to be pacified by apologies however abject, or explanations however convincing.The Dude Wrangler|Caroline Lockhart
They did not beg him to be pacified, as his mother and James always did; on the contrary they seemed to enjoy his chagrin.Up The Baltic|Oliver Optic
Their weary faces appeared through a thin blue haze, pacified and with sparkling eyes.The Nigger Of The "Narcissus"|Joseph Conrad
I could not keep him in bed, and only pacified him, by promising to come myself.Norston's Rest|Ann S. Stephens
Dora allowed herself to be pacified, though she felt she had more than one grievance against Aldred that day.A Fourth Form Friendship|Angela Brazil