Appeasing vs Pleasing - What's the difference?

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As verbs the difference between appeasing and pleasing

is that appeasing is while pleasing is .

As an adjective pleasing is

agreeable; giving pleasure, cheer, enjoyment or gratification.

As a noun pleasing is

pleasure or satisfaction, as in the phrase "to my pleasing".

appeasing

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  • pleasing

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    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Agreeable; giving pleasure, cheer, enjoyment or gratification.
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    Noun

  • pleasure or satisfaction, as in the phrase "to my pleasing."
  • * (Isaac Barrow)
  • What more palpable confutation can there be of human vanity and arrogance, of all lofty imaginations, all presumptuous confidences, all turgid humours, all fond self-pleasings and self-admirings, than is that tragical cross

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