Thesaurus / conciliatory

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Beyond expressing their relief, some industry insiders I spoke to over the past week were struck by Apple’s newly conciliatory tone this month and are hopeful for a more open dialog with the Cupertino tech giant.

At first Wall's answers were conciliatory, but naval preparations still went on.

Lady Arabella had hardly expected that the doctor would reply to her mild and conciliatory exordium with so much sternness.

Doctor ThorneAnthony Trollope

He was now as bitter of speech as he had formerly been conciliatory.

The policy of successive captains-general was alternately uncompromisingly repressive and conciliatory.

This conciliatory language was accompanied by the most serious demonstrations of force upon the shores of the Channel.

He met the assembly with a conciliatory speech, and received an answer expressing great satisfaction at his appointment.

It would be impossible to persuade him to be as smooth and conciliatory as the case demanded.

Instead it was the Secretary, Mr. Sefton, a conciliatory smile on his face and a hand outstretched ready for the customary shake.

Before the DawnJoseph Alexander Altsheler

Did it appear to him that "the conduct of Judge Chase was mild and conciliatory" during the trial of Callender?

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