It seemed a reconcilement of opposing stations, a defeat of Puritanism.
It might be decreed that she and Society were to come to reconcilement.
A little hard-heartedness, and aversion to a reconcilement, is almost pardonable.
I soon noticed that the male pigeon had reached a sort of reconcilement to those obstinate visits.
One's reconcilement with Christmas is due neither to one's stomach nor to a taste for the wit and wisdom of cracker manufacturers.
They do not recognize any other mode of reconcilement to the offended but loving Father.
Has this reconcilement not been effected already by the Senate?
They do not recognise any other mode of reconcilement to the offended but loving Father.
We are indebted to the shrewd observations of Huber for a reconcilement of the Roman and the French naturalists.
It should be nothing to her that her husband had wilfully separated himself from her, and refused her overtures of reconcilement.
mid-14c., of persons, from Old French reconcilier (12c.) and directly from Latin reconcilare "to bring together again; regain; win over again, conciliate," from re- "again" (see re-) + concilare "make friendly" (see conciliate). Reflexive sense is recorded from 1530s. Meaning "to make (discordant facts or statements) consistent" is from late 14c. Intransitive sense of "become reconciled" is from 1660s. Related: Reconciled; reconciling.