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reconcile
used in The Magic Mountain

14 uses
  • Even that concession, however, was achieved only on the assurance that no attempt at reconciliation was to be made.
    7.9 - The Great Petulance (79% in)
  • Because she is a power, and it is servile to accept her, to reconcile oneself to her—that is, to reconcile oneself to her inwardly.
    5.5 - Encyclopedia (96% in)
  • Because she is a power, and it is servile to accept her, to reconcile oneself to her—that is, to reconcile oneself to her inwardly.
    5.5 - Encyclopedia (96% in)
  • Fine, it's not permitted in cases like ours, we can't handle that—which is understandable, and so as a reasonable man you reconcile yourself to the fact.
    5.8 - Danse Macabre (67% in)
  • And so, might I courteously remind you that, although the Crusades did stimulate international commerce, they did anything but bring about international reconciliation.
    6.2 - Someone Else (82% in)
  • If only I knew how you reconcile that with your loathing of war.
    6.2 - Someone Else (84% in)
  • How do you reconcile the two?
    6.3 - The City of God and Evil Deliverance (68% in)
  • "Opposites," Naphta said, "may very well be reconciled.
    6.3 - The City of God and Evil Deliverance (68% in)
  • Whereas an individualism that proceeds from the cosmic, astrological importance of the individual soul, an individualism that is not social, but religious, that experiences its humanity not as a contradiction between self and society, but between self and God, between flesh and Spirit—such a genuine individualism can be reconciled very nicely with a community rich in ties of commitment and obligation.
    6.3 - The City of God and Evil Deliverance (69% in)
  • She could not reconcile herself to Joachim's turbulent emotions, to his sense of having returned home, which for the moment outweighed everything else and inspired him to breathe drunkenly of the old air again—our incomparably light, empty, incendiary air up here.
    6.8 - A Good Soldier (12% in)
  • Herr Settembrini did not doubt that the honorable gentleman had means and methods by which to reconcile his office as a teacher of Latin with his disdain for the glories of Roman civilization.
    6.8 - A Good Soldier (52% in)
  • In a fit of royal fury at the sudden disruption of his feast of life, Peeperkorn first banged his fist on the table and then called out after the scattering company— something about "spineless slaves"—but nevertheless reconciled himself somewhat to the idea presented by Hans Castorp and Frau Chauchat that his banquet had lasted for almost six hours now and would have to come to an end at some point in any case, even lent his ear to a reminder about sleep's holy refreshment, and at last...
    7.3 - Vingt et un (93% in)
  • That was a factual precondition to which they would have to reconcile themselves for now.
    7.8 - Highly Questionable (71% in)
  • And if honor has been sufficiently satisfied and no one has been seriously injured and you can say the opponents have parted with differences reconciled—then you can even call it a good arrangement, beneficial and practical in certain complicated situations.
    7.9 - The Great Petulance (70% in)

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