Conciliatory in a Sentence  πŸ”‰

Definition of Conciliatory

To regain (friendship or goodwill) by pleasant behavior; to reconcile

Examples of Conciliatory in a sentence

1. The mediator made a conciliatory statement which helped the two parties find common ground. πŸ”‰

2. In a conciliatory tone, the presidential candidate promoted himself as a man of the people. πŸ”‰

3. Don’t think you are going to appease me with your conciliatory attitude!  πŸ”‰

4. As the middle sister, behaving in a conciliatory manner came natural to her. πŸ”‰

5. The United Nations has a conciliatory role in handling disputes between countries. πŸ”‰

6. Despite his conciliatory gesture, Franklin could not forgive the man who accidentally shot his dog.  πŸ”‰

7. Although Marilyn wanted to bring her parents together, she had no idea how to be more conciliatory. πŸ”‰

8. While she may appear selfish, I believe her motives are purely conciliatory.  πŸ”‰

9. After gaining eighty percent of the votes, the politician made conciliatory remarks to his opponent. πŸ”‰

10. Even though Henry hated fruit cake, he still accepted the conciliatory gift from his neighbor. πŸ”‰


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