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reconcilable

Line breaks: rec|on¦cil|able
Pronunciation: /ˈrɛk(ə)nsʌɪləbl, ˌrɛk(ə)nˈsʌɪləbl
 
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Definition of reconcilable in English:

adjective

Capable of being reconciled; compatible: the two propositions are hardly reconcilable the theory was quite reconcilable with industrialization
More example sentences
  • But such trust is scarcely reconcilable with Kant's soberly realistic description of the politics of his own time.
  • He has resigned because he no longer believes that the strategy of our party is reconcilable with his republican beliefs.
  • Looked on from this angle, European politicians' perception that the two values are reconcilable is surprising.
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reconcilability

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Pronunciation: /-əˈbɪlɪti/
noun
Example sentences
  • She believes in the reconcilability of opposites, in tolerance and acceptance, the malleability of existence.
  • He explains that all these aspects contain a duality born of the reconcilability of African literary aspirations on one-hand, and Western standards on the other.

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