Origin of conciliatory
Examples from the Web for conciliatory
Barack Obama, running as a conciliatory pragmatist in 2008, did even better with some 50 percent.
Their relationships with each other range from conciliatory to borderline antagonistic.
Zawahiri was conciliatory but stern, commanding ISIS to leave Syria and go back to Iraq, where the group was founded.
Vastly outnumbered by halfwits and fellow travellers, I reached for the most conciliatory point available.
I think there is no interest in finding a central and conciliatory way forward.
At first Wall's answers were conciliatory, but naval preparations still went on.The Political History of England - Vol. X.|William Hunt
Lady Arabella had hardly expected that the doctor would reply to her mild and conciliatory exordium with so much sternness.Doctor Thorne|Anthony Trollope
He was now as bitter of speech as he had formerly been conciliatory.The Shadow of a Crime|Hall Caine
The policy of successive captains-general was alternately uncompromisingly repressive and conciliatory.
This conciliatory language was accompanied by the most serious demonstrations of force upon the shores of the Channel.