conciliate

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Related to conciliates: To dispose of, interfered, took over
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It is precisely because my brother the king of England has not about him the powerful genius who has saved me, it is for that, I say, that I wish to conciliate the aid of that same genius, and beg you to extend your arm over his head, well assured, monsieur le cardinal, that your hand, by touching him only, would know how to replace upon his brow the crown which fell at the foot of his father's scaffold.
Astor to conciliate the good-will of that company by the most amicable and beneficial arrangements.
I shall conciliate her presently; the divine pout (so childish it was
So, whereas the captain might easily have been brought to regret his hasty speech had Clayton attempted to conciliate him, his temper was now irrevocably set in the mold in which Clayton had left it, and the last chance of their working together for their common good was gone.
said Berg, glancing round at Natasha, and as if anxious to conciliate her, replying to her intent look with a smile.
As it was, she constantly doubted her own conclusions, because she felt her own ignorance: how could she be confident that one-roomed cottages were not for the glory of God, when men who knew the classics appeared to conciliate indifference to the cottages with zeal for the glory?
If you would but conciliate her a little, and adopt a friendly, open manner--and even confide your grievances to her--real grievances, such as you have a right to complain of--it is my firm belief that she would, in time, become your faithful friend, and a comfort and support to you, instead of the incubus you describe her.
It might be worth while to conciliate the old woman by a little act of attention.
In her interests, the wise thing and the merciful thing to do was to conciliate the fellow before I left the house.