placable[plā′kə bəl, plak′ə-]
placable definition by Webster's New World
Origin: Old French ; from Classical Latin placabilis ; from placare, to quiet, soothe: see please
placable definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Origin: Middle English, agreeable, from Old French, from Latin plācābilis, from plācāre, to calm; see plāk-1 in Indo-European roots.
- placˌa·bilˈi·ty noun
- placˈa·bly adverb