Senior Member
Cantonese, Hong Kong
I thought this is a kind of personality.
For example, he compliments his friend's terrible makeup just because he doesn't want to upset her. He does what his demanding parents ask for in order to avoid any conflict.
So, he deals with other people in a way that avoids any conflict or disagreement, even though it may be against his will. And I disapprove of this kind of personality.

Do you think "appeaser" is a good choice?
  • Alxmrphi

    Senior Member
    UK English
    As a noun it'd be appeasable, it's fine, perfectly correct English term, describes exactly what you are after, though I'm not sure it's a very common term.
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