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placatory (adj.)

1630s, from Latin placatorius "pertaining to appeasing," from placat-, past participle stem of placare "to calm, appease, quiet, soothe, assuage," causative of placere "to please" (see please).

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Definitions of placatory from WordNet

placatory (adj.)
intended to pacify by acceding to demands or granting concessions;
an astonishingly placatory speech
Synonyms: appeasing / placating / placative
From wordnet.princeton.edu