Synonym: balancing, rapprochement. Similar words: conciliatory, renunciation, pronunciation, appreciation, recommendation, concentration, recognition, variation. Meaning: [‚rekənsɪlɪ'eɪʃn] n. 1. the reestablishing of cordial relations 2. getting two things to correspond.
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1) Can your self-esteem and my stubborn reconciliation?
2) He sought reconciliation with those he had stolen from.
3) Her ex-husband had always hoped for a reconciliation.
4) She attempted reconciliation with her estranged brother.
5) He had entertained hopes of a reconciliation.
6) They informed him that they wished reconciliation.
7) He made a misplaced attempt at reconciliation.
8) I have abandoned hope of any reconciliation.
9) The leadership announced a programme of national reconciliation .
10) The crisis trends toward a reconciliation.
11) The meeting failed to achieve a reconciliation between the two groups.
12) Their change of policy brought about a reconciliation with Britain.
13) They aimed to secure a lasting reconciliation between the two countries.
14) In a bold gesture of reconciliation,(http://sentencedict.com/reconciliation.html) the government released the rebel leader.
15) Reconciliation services can take the heat out of the dispute.
16) He was taken up with the reconciliation of husband and wife.
17) The rebel leader called for reconciliation with the armed forces.
18) Conservatives leading the move for racial reconciliation?
19) Her divorced parents have undergone a reconciliation.
20) But Branson was in no mood for reconciliation.
21) Her ex-husband asked for a reconciliation.
22) The reconciliation is, with respect, not so straight forward.
23) This must be the first step towards national reconciliation.
24) There'd been a ragged reconciliation in the morning.
25) He has called a meeting of all parties tomorrow, with a view to forming a national reconciliation government.
26) He was a man who abhorred violence and was deeply committed to reconciliation.
27) She hadn't told Julie about her hopes for a reconciliation with Ross.
28) I offered to act as mediator and tried to bring about a reconciliation between the two parties.
29) The change of government has brought a new spirit of reconciliation on both sides.
30) It took hours of negotiations to bring about a reconciliation between the two sides.
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