conciliatingly

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

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Now, Polly,” he said conciliatingly, “you asked me for what I am paying.

"I am going to marry the woman to-morrow," the lawyer said conciliatingly.

"Crazy, our feelings for you are both of sorrow and of affection," said Cheyenne, conciliatingly.

Jesse smiled chagrinedly and, as he imagined, conciliatingly.

But she went on, making an evident effort to speak calmly, conciliatingly.

"I guess that's what you Oxford men call ragging," his champion went on conciliatingly.

"Now we'll settle down for a real nice afternoon," he went on, conciliatingly.

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