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Conciliatory in a sentence

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Sentence count:63+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-08-05Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: compromisingconciliativeflexibleSimilar words: laboratoryregulatorypencilcouncilfacilityfacilitatefacilitiesfamiliarMeaning: [-ɪətərɪ]  adj. 1. making or willing to make concessions 2. intended or likely to overcome animosity or hostility. 
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1. Perhaps you should adopt a more conciliatory approach.
2. Everyone was in a conciliatory mood at the start of the meeting.
3. His comments to reporters were conciliatory in tone.
4. Brooks felt in no mood to be conciliatory.
5. The article struck a conciliatory note.
6. His letter was couched in conciliatory terms.
7. The president's speech was seen as a conciliatory gesture towards former enemies.
8. The President's speech was hailed as a conciliatory gesture toward business.
9. It could not otherwise have achieved its conciliatory aim.
10. If you're not very clever you should be conciliatoryBenjamin Disraeli 
11. But why did he always seek the conciliatory path?
12. I said in a conciliatory tone.
13. The extension of the informal conciliatory system will not satisfy the demand for an investigative system.
14. And if a conciliatory approach fails to work,[sentence dictionary] the job must still be done.
15. But even that conciliatory gesture never really convinced me that Don Bradman's signature could make up for that of Jack Hobbs.
16. A conciliatory tone should he adopted for a letter of adjustment.
17. As a conciliatory gesture, the restaurant was built like a large shack, so as not to be too obtrusive.
18. But the conciliatory gesture itself was significant after the partisan exchanges this summer over policy on asylum and crime.
19. Other lenders will be more conciliatory, offering to match any loan from a rival.
20. A conciliatory gesture, some argued, would appease the cardinal and Holy Trinity would live to fight another day.
21. The government appears to be taking a conciliatory approach to the indigenous unrest.
22. She used her conciliatory skills to get along with her remote grandfather, who provided so little company for her grandmother.
23. By mid 1972 Soviet spokesmen adopted a more conciliatory tone.
24. It was not an accusatory or unforgiving piece of writing and it was in fact rather moderate and conciliatory in its tone.
25. She was easy to work with, and her liberal views and conciliatory style were similar to his own.
26. Such contact, the first for five years, could mark a more conciliatory approach by the isolated rulers.
27. The tone of my letter had been friendly and conciliatory, so I was disappointed by the cold reply I received.
28. Among Bush's advisers there is a perceptible difference between the more conciliatory state department and the hardline military.
29. After losing the battle for Kabul, Hekmatyar adopted a more conciliatory attitude towards the Peshawar peace plan.
30. Pressure on the Shiite community was to continue, despite well-publicized conciliatory gestures.
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