Definition of 'mollified'
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The captain showed no interest in her --- or any other woman present, she noted, slightly mollified.TREASON KEEP (2001) TREASON KEEP (2001)
Under heavy escort he drove through the large crowd gathered in Whitehall and was somewhat mollified to find himself being cheered.A SONG AT TWILIGHT (2001)
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