conciliated

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past of conciliate
conciliate
Mediate in a dispute
conciliate
Make calm and content; placate
conciliate
to obtain the friendship of
conciliate
{v} to gain, get, procure, reconcile
conciliate
To win ower; to gain from a state of hostility; to gain the good will or favor of; to make friendly; to mollify; to propitiate; to appease
conciliate
cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of; "She managed to mollify the angry customer"
conciliate
make compatible with; "The scientists had to accommodate the new results with the existing theories"
conciliate
If you conciliate someone, you try to end a disagreement with them. His duty was to conciliate the people, not to provoke them The President has a strong political urge to conciliate He spoke in a low, nervous, conciliating voice. to do something to make people more likely to stop arguing, especially by giving them something they want (past participle of conciliare , from concilium; COUNCIL)
conciliate
{f} appease, placate, pacify, reconcile
conciliate
come to terms; "After some discussion we finally made up"
conciliated

    Hyphenation

    con·ci·li·a·ted

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    Etymology

    [ k&n-'si-lE-"At ] (verb.) 1545. Latin conciliatus, past participle of conciliare to assemble, unite, win over, from concilium assembly, council; more at COUNCIL.

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