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Definition of Conciliatory

Conciliatory
Conciliatory Con*cil"i*a*to*ry (?; 106), a. Tending to conciliate; pacific; mollifying; propitiating. The only alternative, therefore, was to have recourse to the conciliatory policy. --Prescott.

Meaning of Conciliatory from wikipedia

- The Conciliatory Resolution was a resolution p****ed by the British Parliament in an attempt to reach a peaceful settlement with the Thirteen Colonies immediately...
- p****ed both houses of Parliament with large majorities. The King was conciliatory towards Fox, after being forced to capitulate over his appointment. After...
- killed". Reuters India. 7 April 2015. "Yemen's exiled president appoints conciliatory figure as deputy". Reuters. 12 April 2015. Retrieved 15 April 2015. "Yemen:...
- stage to the complete abolition of the state". It was abolished as a conciliatory measure toward Britain and the United States. Comecon, the Council for...
- Currency Quartering Stamp Declaratory Townshend Tea Quebec Intolerable Conciliatory Resolution Restraining Proclamation of Rebellion Prohibitory Colonials...
- three-dimensional statues. The Anglican position towards Mary is in general more conciliatory than that of Protestants at large and in a book he wrote about praying...
- Currency Quartering Stamp Declaratory Townshend Tea Quebec Intolerable Conciliatory Resolution Restraining Proclamation of Rebellion Prohibitory Colonials...
- office. Grant's Republican successor, President Rutherford B. Hayes, was conciliatory toward the South, and favored "local control" of civil rights on the...
- suicide. Juscelino Kubitschek became president in 1956 and ****umed a conciliatory posture towards the political opposition that allowed him to govern without...
- 1685, when James II succeeded Charles, William at first attempted a conciliatory approach, at the same time trying not to offend the Protestants in England...
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