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Definition of "conciliatory" []

  • Willing to conciliate, or to make concessions (adjective)

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Use "conciliatory" in a sentence
  • "KOCH: And, on a lighter note, Senator Durbin thanked both President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney for what he called their conciliatory gesture of wearing blue ties."
  • "You will be at no loss to form a judgment of the mode in which he proposed to reconcile us, by what he called a conciliatory line."
  • "While this bill was pending, and only vengeance was breathed by the majority, his lordship, to the astonishment of all, suddenly moved, what he termed his conciliatory proposition."