How to use Panders in a sentence
He also commands the departmental constabulary or panders.
The draft animal welfare Bill published last week panders to the ludicrous British obsession with the cute and cuddly.
This weakness is made worse by the vacillating attitude of the government, which frequently panders to unionist intransigence.
The standard American diet panders more to sweet and salty tastes, so the sensation of sour can require some adjustment.
However, fashion is still an industry, and a successful business usually panders to the demands of the market.Advertisement