We do not believe that any amount of forbearance would have conciliated the South so long as they thought us pusillanimous.
The fact may have conciliated some of our own contemners of "good form."
English work would not be done; Irish feeling would not be conciliated, but would be exasperated.
Every man who could vote, blackguard or gentleman, was to be conciliated, if possible.
Parliamentary support was conciliated by Pitt by the grant of royal favours as it had been in the days of Bute.
Until the final break, her step-father must be humoured, conciliated.
The rank and file, who would personally have gained nothing by a party victory, were conciliated into quiescence.
Just as rivers might be conciliated by honor and sacrifice, so they could be irritated by disrespect.
The moderation of their proposals of change has conciliated to a great extent their Manchester opponents.
But I know your scruples; let us see if they can be conciliated.