Definition of appeaser in English:

appeaser

noun

  • See appease

    • ‘When millions of people all over the world protested this invasion and occupation we were called dupes, appeasers, or traitors.’
    • ‘To appeasers, rough men are coarse government tools.’
    • ‘This isn't quite the same as being a bunch of spineless appeasers.’
    • ‘It has become commonplace for the appeasers to speak of ‘millions of deaths’ among the opponents' civilian population and to warn of widespread ecological and economic disaster.’
    • ‘Once more therapists and appeasers rushed to the scene to end the debate before people could discuss the interesting problems it raised.’

Pronunciation

appeaser

/əˈpiːzə/