Synonyms and related words:
Eisenhower Doctrine, Monroe Doctrine, Nixon Doctrine, Truman Doctrine, United Nations troops, abatement, allayment, alleviation, analgesia, anesthesia, anesthetizing, assuagement, atonement, balance of power, brinkmanship, calming, coexistence, colonialism, compromise, conciliation, containment, deadening, detente, deterrence, diminishment, diminution, diplomacy, diplomatic, diplomatics, dollar diplomacy, dollar imperialism, dulcification, dulling, ease, easement, easing, easing of relations, expansionism, foreign affairs, foreign policy, good-neighbor policy, imperialism, internationalism, isolationism, lessening, lulling, manifest destiny, mediation, militarism, mitigation, mollification, nationalism, neocolonialism, neutralism, nonresistance, numbing, open door, open-door policy, pacification, palliation, peace offensive, peace-keeping force, peaceful coexistence, peacemaking, peacemongering, placability, placation, preparedness, propitiation, reduction, relaxation of tension, relief, remedy, salving, shirt-sleeve diplomacy, shuttle diplomacy, softening, soothing, spheres of influence, subduement, the big stick, tough policy, tranquilization, world politics

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  • Appeasement — is the policy of settling international quarrels by admitting and satisfying grievances through rational negotiation and compromise, thereby avoiding the resort to an armed conflict which would be expensive, bloody, and possibly dangerous. The… …   Wikipedia

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  • appeasement — meaning ‘the process of satisfying a potential aggressor’, has had unfavourable overtones since its use in the 1930s with reference to Nazi Germany, and now always carries the implication of making shameful or inadvisable concessions. As late as… …   Modern English usage

  • Appeasement — Ap*pease ment, n. The act of appeasing, or the state of being appeased; pacification. Hayward. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • appeasement — /apˈpizmənt, ingl. əˈpiːzmənt/ [ingl., da to appease «pacificare, calmare»] s. m. inv. (polit.) convivenza pacifica …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

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  • appeasement — [n] satisfaction; pacification abatement, acceding, accommodation, adjustment, alleviation, amends, assuagement, blunting, compromise, concession, conciliation, easing, grant, lessening, lulling, mitigation, moderation, mollification, peace… …   New thesaurus

  • appeasement — [ə pēz′mənt] n. 1. an appeasing or being appeased 2. the policy of giving in to the demands of a hostile or aggressive power in an attempt to keep the peace …   English World dictionary

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