appeaser : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n someone who tries to bring peace by acceding to demands
An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile--hoping it will eat him last"--Winston Churchill
- In one America, she's smart, committed, likable, with strong values and empathy for people like them, and in the other she's an ambitious, callous appeaser.
- But Chamberlain was no appeaser in those days; besides, there are few on Andros, even today, who have actually seen a chickcharney (first cousin to a leprechaun).
- Klein, you Bush appeaser!are coming from the left wing of the Democratic Party, which, despite its incredible erudition, is unable to count to 67, the number of votes needed for .
- Winston Churchill in Family Security Matters
When he was describing Nazism, Churchill said: "An appeaser is one who feeds the crocodile hoping it will eat him last."
- Keith Olbermann in Washington Post
As a critic of the administration, I will be damned if you can get away with calling me the equivalent of a Nazi appeaser,Olbermann told The Associated Press. "No one has the right to say that about any free-speaking American in this...
- Michelle Malkin in News Hounds (blog)
With her condescending voice, Malkin said, "He solidified his place in the international view as the great appeaser and the groveler-in-chief."