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How to use conciliatory in a sentence
The king and the nation generally had no sympathy with their complaints and were unconciliatory.
An equally unconciliatory spirit prevailed in England, where the repeal of the stamp act had become unpopular.
Sir Robert Peel stated his case in a speech which was thought to be haughty and unconciliatory.
She reproached herself with having been proud and unconciliatory, though I doubt whether it made much difference.Love and Life|Charlotte M. Yonge
His language was then deemed too harsh and unconciliatory, and hundreds, I among the number, denounced him in unmeasured terms.Oration on the Life and Character of Henry Winter Davis|John A. J. Creswell