Etymology
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conciliatory (adj.)

"tending to conciliate," 1570s, from conciliate + -ory. Related: Conciliator "one who conciliates" (1570s). Conciliative "designed to produce conciliation" is attested from 1817.

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Definitions of conciliatory

conciliatory (adj.)
making or willing to make concessions;
Synonyms: compromising / flexible
conciliatory (adj.)
intended to placate;
a conciliatory visit
Synonyms: conciliative
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