Definition of Propitiates

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



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Definition of Propitiates

1. propitiate [v] - See also: propitiate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Propitiates

propionibacteria
propionibacterium
propionic
propionic acid
propionitrile
propionitriles
propionyl
propionyls
propiophenone
propiophenones
propiram
propiska
propitiable
propitiate
propitiated
propitiates (current term)
propitiating
propitiation
propitiations
propitiative
propitiator
propitiatorily
propitiators
propitiatory
propitious
propitiously
propitiousness
propjet
propjets
proplaintiff

Literary usage of Propitiates

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1. My Early Travels and Adventures in America and Asia by Henry Morton Stanley (1895)
"... propitiates—Impassioned Eloquence of the Chiefs—They Proclaim their People Outraged, and Demand Reparation. FORT LARAMIE, BLACK HILLS COUNTRY, ..."

2. My Early Travels and Adventures in America and Asia by Henry Morton Stanley (1895)
"Interesting Proceedings—Gathering of the Chiefs—Address of Commissioner Taylor—Chiefs angry—Sanborn propitiates —Impassioned Eloquence of the ..."

3. Pahlavi Texts by Edward William West (1882)
"water, he propitiates animals and plants l, he propitiates the righteous man 2, he propitiates the righteous woman, both of them', ..."

4. Pahlavi Texts: Part I and II by Edward William West (1901)
"... he propitiates the righteous man2, he propitiates the righteous woman, ... the routine which is brought out IJ has 'he propitiates plants,' as in Pahl. ..."

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