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reconcile (verb), reconciles; reconciled; reconciling
1. To conciliate or to restore to friendship: Richard's father was unable to reconcile the conflict between the two sisters who were arguing about who would wear the special dress to the birthday party.
2. To cause groups of people, or individuals, to become friendly again after an argument or strong disagreement: After many years, Sam, and his brother Art, have finally reconciled with each other.
3. Etymology: from Latin reconciliare from re-, "again" +conciliare, "to make friendly."
To cause to be friendly again.
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To bring into agreement.
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(something written by people who were not there at the time; the art of reconciling fact with fiction or making guesses about things that can not be verified.)