Definition of "reconciler" [rec•on•ci•ler]

  • One who reconciles. (noun)

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Use "reconciler" in a sentence
  • ""reconciler" drowning in a sea of adverse facts, can explain the catching at such a poor straw as the reckless guess that the swineherds of the "country of the Gadarenes" were erring Jews, doing a little clandestine business on their own account."
  • "During yesterday's love fest, the President was, of course, a bridgemaker, a reconciler, and group hug organizer — unless, that is, you don't happen to support, celebrate, and otherwise bow before the Shrine of LGBT Pride."
  • "Yesterday's great reconciler would have become today's great compromiser -- if there had been anyone to compromise with."