Definition of conciliate:
correct, break up, satisfy, attune, pacify, accommodate, suit, catch up with, hold, assuage, concede, appease, fall, get back, cook up, pay off, steady down, finalize, stay, oblige, adapt, square up, fabricate, locate, lodge, counterbalance, lenify, invent, comprise, study at pacify, love, palliate, resolve, determine, settle down, descend, quench, sweeten, slake, even off, dulcify, be, make, harmonise, fit, temper, take root, pay, concession, conform, patch, sink, harmonize, submit, propitiate, admit, decide, patch up, gentle, even out, gruntle, ennoble, constitute, alleviate, reunite, settle, represent, key, disarm, square off, coordinate, go down, reconcile, manufacture, even up, resign, placate, root, ensconce, call off, go under, subside, entitle, make up, mollify, finalise, nail down, bridge-building, buckle, season, compensate.
- mediate (part of speech: verb)
- pacify (part of speech: verb)
And these viziers will give them away in exchange for a vase of perfume or a belt studded with jewels; or perhaps despatch them to a distant country, there to conciliate a powerful protector, or a hideous, but dreaded, rival.- "The Buried Temple", Maurice Maeterlinck.
- "Letters of John Keats to His Family and Friends", John Keats.
- "The Privet Hedge", J. E. Buckrose.