conciliator

[kuhn-sil-ee-ey-ter]
noun
1.
a person who conciliates.

Origin:
1565–75; < Latin conciliātor, equivalent to conciliā(re) (see conciliate) + -tor -tor

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conciliate (kənˈsɪlɪˌeɪt)
 
vb
1.  to overcome the hostility of; placate; win over
2.  to win or gain (favour, regard, etc), esp by making friendly overtures
3.  archaic to make compatible; reconcile
 
[C16: from Latin conciliāre to bring together, from conciliumcouncil]
 
con'ciliable
 
adj
 
con'ciliator
 
n

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conciliator
c.1575, from L. conciliator, agent noun from conciliare (see conciliate).
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Example sentences
He sees himself as a negotiator, a conciliator, a post-modern politico who
  wants to solve problems without partisan rancor.
In addition, the conciliator presents a proposed adjustment or settlement to
  the respondent.
Present at the conference before the conciliator were the respondent, the
  plaintiff and the plaintiff's attorney.
To attempt to act as conciliator in controversies involving community relations.
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