Conciliatory (adjective)

  1. Tending to reconcile or make peace.
  2. Intended to pacify or soothe.

Origin:

From the latin word "conciliatorius" meaning "reconciling" or "bringing together".

Examples:

  1. The company made a conciliatory offer to the striking workers.
  2. The ambassador took a conciliatory tone in his speech to the opposing country.
  3. After the argument, John's conciliatory words helped to calm Mary down.
  4. The lawyer's approach to the case was conciliatory, in an effort to settle out of court.
  5. The new policy is a conciliatory measure to address the concerns of the minority group.
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