KJV Dictionary Definition: appeasable
APPE'ASABLE, a. That may be appeased, quieted, calmed, or pacified.
APPE'ASABLENESS, n. The quality of being appeasable.
APPE'ASE, v.t. s as z. L. pax. See Peace.
To make quiet; to calm; to reduce to a state of peace; to still; to pacify; as, to appease the tumult of the ocean or of the passions; to appease hunger or thirst.
This word is of a general application to every thing in a disturbed, ruffled or agitated state.
APPE'ASED, pp. Quieted; calmed; stilled; pacified.
APPE'ASEMENT, n. The act of appeasing; the state of being in peace.
APPE'ASER, n. One who appeases, or pacifies.
APPE'ASIVE, a. Having the power to appease; mitigating; quieting.