(comparative more propitiable, superlative most propitiable)
- Capable of being propitiated.
Variant of propitiate
transitive verbpropitiated, propitiating
to cause to become favorably inclined; win or regain the good will of; appease or conciliate: sacrifices made to propitiate the gods
Origin of propitiate; from Classical Latin propitiatus, past participle of propitiare, to propitiate ; from propitius: see propitious