Definition of Placates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of placate) ¹



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Definition of Placates

1. placate [v] - See also: placate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Placates

placabilities
placability
placable
placableness
placably
placarded
placarder
placarders
placarding
placards
placate
placated
placater
placaters
placates (current term)
placating
placatingly
placationist
placations
placative
placatively
placatory
placcat
placcate
placcates
placcats
place
place-kick

Literary usage of Placates

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1. The Brasses of England by Herbert Walter Macklin (1907)
"In the first place, additional plates o steel are fixed to the cuirass, called placates and demi- placates. The placates are of irregular size and shape, ..."

2. Theron and Aspasio; Or, A Series of Dialogues and Letters Upon the Most by James Hervey, John Wesley (1837)
"It must be the very same thing which placates divine justice, ... As it would be very absurd to suppose it placates the divine justice, ..."

3. The History of Germany: From the Earliest Period to 1842 by Wolfgang Menzel (1908)
"Material interests, nevertheless, predominated to such a degree in the Netherlands, that the victims of the placates, numerous as they were, excited little ..."

4. The Divine Comedy of Patriotism by Mortimer Thomson (1900)
"Greater than poet the cook, for she placates the stomach, The organ that placates another to suffer the poet. Greater than Jacob the dentist; ..."

5. The History of Germany: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time by Wolfgang Menzel (1853)
"Material interests, nevertheless, predominated to such a degree in the Netherlands, that the victims of the placates, numerous as they were, excited little ..."

6. The Whole Works of the Rev. James Hervey: In Six Volumes by James Hervey (1825)
"Christ did finish upon the cross that righteousness " which placates the divine justice, or which fully expresses the necessary opposition of infinite ..."

7. The Brasses of England by Herbert Walter Macklin (1907)
"In the first place, additional plates o steel are fixed to the cuirass, called placates and demi- placates. The placates are of irregular size and shape, ..."

8. Theron and Aspasio; Or, A Series of Dialogues and Letters Upon the Most by James Hervey, John Wesley (1837)
"It must be the very same thing which placates divine justice, ... As it would be very absurd to suppose it placates the divine justice, ..."

9. The History of Germany: From the Earliest Period to 1842 by Wolfgang Menzel (1908)
"Material interests, nevertheless, predominated to such a degree in the Netherlands, that the victims of the placates, numerous as they were, excited little ..."

10. The Divine Comedy of Patriotism by Mortimer Thomson (1900)
"Greater than poet the cook, for she placates the stomach, The organ that placates another to suffer the poet. Greater than Jacob the dentist; ..."

11. The History of Germany: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time by Wolfgang Menzel (1853)
"Material interests, nevertheless, predominated to such a degree in the Netherlands, that the victims of the placates, numerous as they were, excited little ..."

12. The Whole Works of the Rev. James Hervey: In Six Volumes by James Hervey (1825)
"Christ did finish upon the cross that righteousness " which placates the divine justice, or which fully expresses the necessary opposition of infinite ..."

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