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- he was about as conciliatory to conventional mortals as Ibsen or Samuel Butler.Preface (17% in)
conciliatory = to act in a manner intended to end bad feelings or build trust
- People she had thought deeply religious, and had tried to conciliate on that tack with disastrous results, suddenly took an interest in her, and revealed a hostility to conventional religion which she had never conceived possible except among the most desperate characters.Act 5 (85% in)
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