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reconciled

adjective as in settled

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Surveys were assessed for outliers and inconsistencies and messy data was reconciled by contacting individual schools.

Future Islands, now a trio consisting of Herring, Welmers, and Cashion, reconciled.

The Fountain was one long fight, The Wrestler was divorce, and then we reconciled on Black Swan.

Commercial interests have to be reconciled with the public need for clarity and integrity.

Before the shutdown, Democrats were pretty much reconciled to falling short in efforts to retake the House next year.

The poor artist reconciled himself to go for a time to Brittany, and his choice fell on Concarneau.

Be sure, dear Mrs Allcraft, that having repented, you are pardoned and reconciled to your Father.

He simply made light of Lohengrin, and only became reconciled to the whole opera much later in life.

Many years later, Garcin became reconciled to his former friends and in 1897 he was vice-president of the Félibrige de Paris.

He was hardly reconciled to her marriage with her cousin, the brilliant colonel.

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On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reconciled, such as: accustomed, adapted, adjusted, arranged, null, and harmonized.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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