Reconcilement

Definitions

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  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Reconcilement Reconciliation.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n reconcilement The act of reconciling, in any sense; reconciliation; renewal of interrupted friendship.
    • n reconcilement Adjustment.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Reconcilement act of reconciling: state of being reconciled: renewal of friendship: propitiation: atonement: the bringing to agreement things at variance
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Quotations

  • Constance Rourke
    Constance Rourke
    “In comedy, reconcilement with life comes at the point when to the tragic sense only an inalienable difference or dissension with life appears.”
  • Louis Cassels
    Louis Cassels
    “In confession... we open our lives to healing, reconciling, restoring, uplifting grace of him who loves us in spite of what we are.”
  • Edmund Burke
    Edmund%20Burke
    “Custom reconciles us to everything.”
  • Samuel Pepys
    Samuel Pepys
    “Strange to see how a good dinner and feasting reconciles everybody.”
  • George Santayana
    George%20Santayana
    “There is nothing to which men, while they have food and drink, cannot reconcile themselves.”
  • Proverb
    Proverb
    “A reconciled friend is a double enemy.”

Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Fr. réconcilier—L. re-, again, conciliāre, -ātum, to call together.

Usage

In literature:

How can the cessation of my being be reconciled with the enriching of my being?
"The Philosophical Letters" by Friedrich Schiller
Burley was rather driven to fury than reconciled by the news of this success.
"Old Mortality, Illustrated, Volume 2." by Sir Walter Scott
Burley was rather driven to fury than reconciled by the news of this success.
"Old Mortality, Complete, Illustrated" by Sir Walter Scott
But I am not going till you two are reconciled!
"Three Comedies" by Björnstjerne M. Björnson
The bunnies who lived to the west of the brook had reconciled their minds entirely now to the rising of that boat among them.
"Springhaven" by R. D. Blackmore
He and Barnes have been reconciled.
"The Newcomes" by William Makepeace Thackeray
My mother, when I first told her of my travelling intentions, was in despair, but by degrees she grew reconciled to the idea.
"Pelham, Complete" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Are we to consider love as an entire delusion, and to reconcile ourselves to an eternal solitude of heart?
"Devereux, Complete" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Mordaunt had now grown reconciled to himself and to his kind.
"The Disowned, Complete" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
THERE was something in De Montaigne's conversation, which, without actual flattery, reconciled Maltravers to himself and his career.
"Ernest Maltravers, Complete" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
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In poetry:

And sometimes e'en beneath the moon
The Saviour gives a gracious boon,
When reconciled Christians meet,
And face to face, and heart to heart,
High thoughts of holy love impart
In silence meek, or converse sweet.
"St. Mark's Day" by John Keble
Poor fellow, he little thought what he had to go through,
But in all his trials at sea he never did rue;
No, the brave tar became reconciled to his fate,
And felt proud of his commander, Captain Ward the Great.
"The Death of Captain Ward" by William Topaz McGonagall
And soon it came; and here he strives,
Outstretched upon his snow-white bier,
To reconcile the dread account—
How stands the balance, what the amount;
As we shall do with trembling fear
When our last hour arrives.
"The Year-King" by Denis Florence MacCarthy
Angel of Patience! sent to calm
Our feverish brows with cooling palm;
To lay the storms of hope and fear,
And reconcile life's smile and tear;
The throbs of wounded pride to still,
And make our own our Father's will.
"The Angel Of Patience" by John Greenleaf Whittier
The poor fellow little imagined what he had to go through,
But in ail his trials at sea, he never did rue;
No; the brave tar became reconciled to his fate,
And he felt proud of his commander, Captain Ward the great.
"Bill Bowls the Sailor" by William Topaz McGonagall
Sleep, little one, and take thy rest,
With angels bending over thee,—
Sleep sweetly on that Father's breast
Whom our dear Christ hath reconciled;
But stay not there,—come back to me,
O little child, my little child!
"Sicilian Lullaby" by Eugene Field

In news:

Squabbles, reconciles, then coughs up some vinyl.
God was in Christ reconciling the world.
Can the US and Japan Finally Reconcile Over Hiroshima.
Jude Law and Sienna Miller appear to have reconciled after a very public breakup in 2006.
Now that the election is over, how do we reconcile .
Why Britney Spears' Parents Have Reconciled 8 Years After Split.
The National Law Journal's Marcia Coyle said it's not the first time a court has faced reconciling an old law with new technology.
The Courage to Reconcile Faith and Freedom.
Judy Woodruff examines the negotiations ahead to reconcile Senate and House versions of the bill, and what the measures might mean for patients.
Now it must be reconciled with the House version.
Courteney Cox and David Arquette tried to reconcile at the last minute, desperately hoping to save their 11-year-old marriage, RadarOnline.com is reporting exclusively.
How the President Can Reconcile Anger With Hopefulness.
In an interview with the Turkish daily Zaman, he said that his visit would try to help reconcile Hamas and the Palestinian Authority, which have been at odds in recent years.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver may be on the verge of reconciling .
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver reconcile over furniture.
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In science:

Such a kinematic behavior cannot be reconciled with fast-mode waves which travel at either constant speed or decelerate and the speed is always ≥ of the fast-mode speed.
On the Nature and Genesis of EUV Waves: A Synthesis of Observations from SOHO, STEREO, SDO, and Hinode
We therefore propose that the ma jority of the observations can be reconciled by properly considering the spatial and temporal evolution of the CME vis-`a-vis the expanding EUV wave.
On the Nature and Genesis of EUV Waves: A Synthesis of Observations from SOHO, STEREO, SDO, and Hinode
We have tried to present the large amount of recently published work on EUV waves and to suggest a simple scenario for their genesis which reconcile the sometimes conflicting interpretations of their observations.
On the Nature and Genesis of EUV Waves: A Synthesis of Observations from SOHO, STEREO, SDO, and Hinode
On the other hand, if the variability is due to intermittent turbulent magnetic fields (see § 3.4), the time variability can be reconciled with a weaker magnetic field ( ∼ 0.1 mG).
Multiwavelength Astronomy and CTA: X-rays
If the value of (D/H)p we have deduced here is indeed the correct one, there may be no need to appeal to non-standard physics to reconcile BBN and CMB estimates of Ωb,0 (see, for example, the discussion of this point by Hamann et al. 2011).
A new, precise measurement of the primordial abundance of Deuterium
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