Capable of or qualified for reconciliation: reconcilable differences. (adjective)
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Use "reconcilable" in a sentence
"It puts new emphasis on talks by Afghan tribal leaders with so-called reconcilable members of the Taliban, but not al Qaeda."
"He was talking to so-called reconcilable insurgents."
"'But in what terms reconcilable to Majesty, and, at the same time to truth, shall we speak of a late instruction to his Majesty's Governor of the colony of Virginia, by which he is forbidden to assent to any law for the division of a county, unless the new county will consent to have no representative in Assembly?"