English words and Examples of Usage

use "reconcile" in a sentence

I would like to reconcile with him in the future, if he wants that.

Abbas' attempts to reconcile with Hamas repeatedly have ended in failure.

At the end of the day, I had to reconcile that it was because of the hijab.

Q: How do you reconcile your French acting career and your Hollywood career?

However there are still several issues to reconcile before a deal can be reached.

“I try to reconcile in my head,” Paterson said toward week’s end, “is it worth coming?”

So how does he reconcile the notion that his neighbor also tried to shoot people in Texas?

Sometimes, he says, it also makes it harder for victims to reconcile with the perpetrator groups.

It was impossible to reconcile being a rabbi and being a gay person or a lesbian person, she said.

Quentin Crisp once said that the very purpose of existence is to reconcile the glowing opinion we hold of ourselves with the appalling things that other people think about us.

They reconcile and Kirsty does fall pregnant for real but tragically miscarries.

J.T. attempts to reconcile with Colleen, but she chooses Korbel.

In the 1400s, St. Thomas Aquinas attempted to reconcile the two great streams of the Western tradition in his teaching and his writings.

He will reconcile their dispute.

They reconcile when Carl joins the Evans family for dinner.

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