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The Count of Monte Cristo
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conciliatory
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • "Mother," replied the young man, "you have especial reasons for telling me to conciliate that man."
  • This timidity, which might proceed from the astonishment of innocence as well as the shame of guilt, conciliated some in his favor; for men who are truly generous are always ready to compassionate when the misfortune of their enemy surpasses the limits of their hatred.

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  • Their statements are conciliatory, but their actions are uncompromising.
  • He was upset with her, but she kept talking in a conciliating tone.

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