conciliatory

[ kuh n-sil-ee-uh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF conciliatory

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The phrasing was unfortunate, though its conciliatory intention was obvious.

I congratulate you on the conciliatory spirit that's been displayed.

But he first procures himself a hearing by conciliatory words.

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

The conciliatory words he had in mind to speak he now suppressed.

“Any ship is that—for a reasonable man,” generalised Marlow in a conciliatory tone.

She would smile vaguely; murmur a conciliatory “How absurd.”

The other emitted a short stifled laugh of a conciliatory nature.

"No, it has never come to that," he said in a tone that was not conciliatory.

She did her best to give that smile a conciliatory character.

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