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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."