use pandered in a sentence.
Maybe they felt pandered-to?
The article talks about M-A students interviewed claiming ‘disrespect’ (which the admin pandered/caved to).
I also noticed how she again pandered to the vote in W. Virginia by saying "sumpin", instead of something.
Your much vaunted Republicans as you may recall pandered to every morally indignant crackpot in the country to get themselves elected.
But when McCain appeared on the show in 2006, as he was gearing up to run again for president, Stewart, clearly disappointed in his hero, asked McCain why he was sucking up to the right wing fundamentalists by going to kiss the rings, so to speak, of the very ultraconservative leaders he once had exoriated as "agents of intolerance" who shouldn't be "pandered" to by politicians.
Seriously, I enjoy the conclusion of a good story-arc and I feel kind of pandered to when a show ends with a cliffhanger.