conciliatory

[kuh n-sil-ee-uh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee]
Also con·cil·i·a·tive [kuh n-sil-ee-ey-tiv, -uh-tiv, -sil-yuh-] /kənˈsɪl iˌeɪ tɪv, -ə tɪv, -ˈsɪl yə-/.

Origin of conciliatory

First recorded in 1570–80; conciliate + -ory1
Related formscon·cil·i·a·to·ri·ly, adverbcon·cil·i·a·to·ri·ness, nounnon·con·cil·i·a·to·ry, adjectiveun·con·cil·i·a·tive, adjectiveun·con·cil·i·a·to·ry, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for non-conciliatory

conciliatory

conciliative (kənˈsɪljətɪv)

adjective
  1. intended to placate or reconcile
Derived Formsconciliatorily, adverbconciliatoriness, noun
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Word Origin and History for non-conciliatory

conciliatory

adj.

1570s, from conciliate + -ory. Related: Conciliator.

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