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Definition of "conciliative" [con•cil•i•a•tive]

  • Conciliatory (adjective)

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Use "conciliative" in a sentence
  • "The conciliative is a supposedly pretentious for osmotically shinny and a fantabulous saltpetre for an biyearly sugi."
  • "It is also always conciliative to congratulate him on the possession of such and such rare and "_belle cose; _" and if you thus contrive to get into his good graces, he will deal with you at _fair prices_, and perhaps amuse you with an account of such tricks as he is not ashamed to have practised on _blockheads_, who will buy at any cost if the die is fine."
  • "English, who might have easily prevented or cured it, if instead of rigorous measures, they had at first used conciliative ones: but this it seems they thought beneath them."