conciliate

[ kuh n-sil-ee-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF conciliate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCILIATE

As long as a majority was prepared, it was wasting money to conciliate any body else.

Elkanah was unable to conciliate Peninnah, or to sooth Hannah.

If they had known about us, you might have felt yourself called upon to conciliate them.

Wait till you see Augustus, and I am sure he will conciliate your affections.'

His manner, where he wished to conciliate, was pleasing; but to me it was overbearing and unpleasant.

Feeling all at once rather a fool, I sought to conciliate her.

She wished to conciliate him, but the young man was not a pleasant sight.

Mr. Shurte did what he could to conciliate them, and proposed a council.

The past conduct of Spain has not been such as to conciliate America.

I drove her out, and eager to conciliate me, she went at once.

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