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  • He lived alone for many years after the war and later reconciled with his friends.
  • They reconciled and remained together during the last years of his life.
  • The second half has them reconcile their differences so they can defeat their common enemy.
  • It never becomes quite clear how exactly these different ideas can all be reconciled.
  • They would eventually make several attempts to reconcile, but never ultimately got back together.
  • Now, sir, what has all this to do about reconciling God to man? Cited from Defence of Divine Revelation, by Hosea Ballou
  • The two are determined to keep her single until the two reconcile.
  • Neither bill became law because their differences could not be reconciled in conference committee.
  • I do not say this in the hope of reconciling you to me. Cited from Master Tales of Mystery, Volume 3, Collected by Francis J. Reynolds
  • The couple separated and reconciled several times over the course of their marriage.
  • The whole team stayed up late to talk things over, and the two eventually reconciled.
  • His is the best of courts; all those who come before him leave reconciled.
  • He and his wife were both active in their church and were thought to have completely reconciled.
  • He reconciles with his wife, who reveals she has found a new man.
  • A few months later Sir John reconciles with his daughter and her husband.
  • Her father's affair caused her parents to separate, but they later reconciled.
  • The two could not be reconciled despite efforts by several foreign leaders.
  • They live there for many years, until they are reconciled with the prince's father.
  • When this failed, they attempted to kill the men, but they eventually became reconciled.
  • Over the years, she has also helped her parents to reconcile.
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Meaning of reconcile

  • verb Come to terms
    After some discussion we finally made up