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Spell check of conciliate

Correct spelling: conciliate

quiet, allay, stay, adapt, mediate, root, even out, cool, make up, satisfy, subside, go down, mollify, harmonise, lenify, coordinate, catch up with, dulcify, propitiate, smooth, adjudicate, compensate, alleviate, palliate, locate, counterbalance, entitle, parley, quell, season, comprise, calm, invent, fit, assist, relieve, temper, constitute, slake, sink, settle down, break up, harmonize, reunite, negotiate, steady down, intervene, tranquilize, suit, placate, take root, submit, fabricate, make, square up, defuse, attune, fall, manufacture, stabilize, finalise, hush, facilitate, conform, sweeten, be, pay off, compromise, reconcile, admit, moderate, arbitrate, appease, accommodate, determine, disarm, quench, assuage, gentle, gruntle, intercede, pacify, decide, resign, bridge-building, even off, settle, soothe, patch, represent, pay, cook up, resolve, oblige, correct, patch up, ensconce, get back, lull, ease, square off, finalize, soften, call off, go under, buckle, hold, ennoble, concession, concede, descend, love, even up, key, lodge, nail down, ebb, compose.

discomfort, agitate, madden, rankle, ire, affront, bother, pester, burn, harry, disorganize, fret, rile, worry, irk, put out, annoy, unsettle, outrage, pique, chafe, gall, bug, persecute, harass, provoke, irritate, disorder, skew, disturb, slight, inflame, incense, ruffle, exasperate, get, offend, unhinge, insult, infuriate, cross, vex, roil, disrupt, nettle, estrange, peeve, anger, disarray, rouse, alienate, enrage, aggravate, distress, upset, grate, confuse, antagonize, perturb.

Examples of usage:

1) For this reason, after the last occurrence he wanted in some manner to conciliate Stas and, with this object, at the first stop, he began the following conversation with him. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) " And we have agreed to the terms, Mr. Scanlan," said her Ladyship, with a great effort to conciliate. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) But it shows the length Todt is disposed to go to conciliate the favour of the socialists. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.