Meaning of pacificatory in English:


Pronunciation /pəˈsɪfɪkət(ə)ri/


See pacify

‘However, it may be thought that unredressed torts would be regarded as a canker in society, and to that extent the law can still be regarded as having a pacificatory aim.’
  • ‘As there is no better harmonizer of differences than a good laugh, these laughter-provoking letters should serve a pacificatory purpose.’
  • ‘'Molly's but four-and-twenty,' said Sylvia, in a pacificatory tone.’