become reconciled with (someone or something)

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become reconciled with (someone or something)

To forgive, accept, or make peace with someone, something, or some situation. I haven't spoken to my brother in 10 years, but I still hope to become reconciled with him some day.
See also: become, reconcile
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The death was talked about at Mudbury and at the Crawley Arms, the landlord whereof had become reconciled with the Rector of late, who was occasionally known to step into the parlour and taste Mr.
By facing and moving through the existential suffering brought on by the losses of dying, we may, according to Peck, be able to resolve long-standing questions, become reconciled with our families, friends, selves, and our God, and experience profound spiritual growth.
If we face the truth and know that God has forgiven us, we can become reconciled with ourselves and make a new start.
That will only come when Turkey is able to accept and become reconciled with its own past and that is what President Obama has called on the Turks to do.
Hughes, of Ilfracombe, Devon, has become reconciled with her family but cannot repay them.
Her mom, Luella McHenry, an Omaha department store clerk, no longer had to work; her dad, Paul, a Sioux City (Iowa) salesman, left his job to become reconciled with her mom; Alyce's sister, Frances, quit school to share in the excitement.
Muhammad and his immediate successors implemented a principle known as "the joining of hearts," according to which the erstwhile enemies of Islam were to become reconciled with Muslims through charity and inclusion within the new community.
Murtagh writes from the perspective of someone who for the most part wants to become reconciled with corporate culture and, above all, has a talent for not taking either himself or the corporation too seriously.
The first man had faced his ambition and hypocrisy, talked honestly with both his wife and a political foe, and become reconciled with each of them.
Just recently he had become reconciled with his wife Jackie, who he married 35 years ago.
I've met many Christians who have become reconciled with God and reconciled with each other, but cannot become reconciled with the church because of something that happened in Reconciliation.
Through this new lease of life, many people become reconciled with their disease and with God, and have become living examples of God's healing power.
The experience of filming Riding In Cars With Boys also helped Drew become reconciled with her estranged mother Jade, with whom she had severed all contact as part of her drug rehab recovery.
Others spoke of more universal challenges: the young man who had become reconciled with his mother and stepfather and with the father who had abandoned him as a child; the woman who had risen to the challenge of new responsibilities, overcoming her fear of loss of control; the doctor who had recognized that all her life she had been afraid of admitting her need for love.
Corrigan's necessarily limited choice of examples, such as "Red-Tail Hawk and Pyre of Youth," "Reading Late at Night, Thermometer Falling," and "I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas: The Natural History of a Vision," illustrate well Warren's Wordsworthian desire to "find strength in what remains behind," while the magnificent "Heart of Autumn" and "Mortal Limits" foreground Warren's Yeatsian realization that it is finally necessary to become reconciled with the fact of natural mortality.