appeasingly


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appeasingly

(əˈpiːzɪŋlɪ)
adv
in an appeasing manner
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References in classic literature ?
Billee wagged his tail appeasingly, turned to run when he saw that appeasement was of no avail, and cried (still appeasingly) when Spitz's sharp teeth scored his flank.
"I guess you're right, Grimshaw," Simon Nishikanta said appeasingly. "The trip is beginning to get on all our nerves.
"Come on, old girl, cut it out," he said appeasingly. "You're in wrong.