genuine, true
political, racial (AmE)

He sought reconciliation with those he had stolen from.


The pair are bravely attempting a reconciliation.

achieve, bring (esp. AmE), bring about, effect, make

the power of love to bring renewal and reconciliation

He is striving to bring about a reconciliation between the two conflicting sides.

promote, work for
call for

The rebel leader called for reconciliation with the armed forces.

reconciliation between

They aimed to secure a lasting reconciliation between the two countries.

reconciliation with

She attempted reconciliation with her estranged brother.

an attempt at reconciliation
a gesture of reconciliation

In a bold gesture of reconciliation, the government released the rebel leader.

a policy of reconciliation, a spirit of reconciliation

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