reconcile[ rek-uhn-sahyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF reconcile
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Concessions were made, but they failed to reconcile the opposition.
You can do more than any body to reconcile my parents and uncles to me.
All this I heard in my prison, and it served to reconcile me to the confinement.
And if I find this, I shall not know how to reconcile it with your delicacy in other respects.
Their friends had all the trouble in the world to reconcile them.
But how is he to reconcile the fact with the truth in his case?
I can not, to save my soul and yours, reconcile these contradictions.
The unhappy man may wish to reconcile himself to God in his last hour.'
They are welcome to their opinion if they can reconcile it with the facts which I have to tell.
They cannot unite him to history, or reconcile him with themselves.