Part of speech:
Tending to conciliate or reconcile
Capable of being changed or adjusted to meet particular or varied needs:
To parley or deal (with a person, etc.) so as to gain time
To subject to a condition or process:
To resolve (a legal dispute) by agreement between the parties
To incur the risk of
To arrange or settle by discussion and mutual agreement:
To put in jeopardy; risk loss, damage, or failure of; endanger
The definition of humiliate is to hurt someone's pride or to cause someone to feel extremely embarrassed.
To expose to danger or risk.
To subject or allow to be subjected to an action, influence, or condition:
To cause to be in debt; cause financial difficulties to
To settle amicably; to adjust by agreement; to compromise.
To submit to settlement or judgment by arbitration:
In chiropractic medicine, to manipulate the spine and other body structures to treat disorders and restore normal function of the nervous system.
To cause to be able to survive and reproduce under certain conditions. Used in the passive:
To damage in reputation; disgrace:
To conciliate is to soothe someone's anger or to mediate a disagreement.
To express at the risk of denial, criticism, or censure:
To acknowledge or admit (defeat).
To keep safe from harm; watch over and protect; defend; shield
To set free from the consequences of sin; redeem:
(Obsolete) To quarrel; dispute.
To try to disprove or invalidate (something) as by argument or legal action; dispute
To engage in a quarrel; dispute angrily.
To fail to correspond:
To oppose by argument or assertion; to controvert; to express dissent or opposition to; to call in question; to deny the truth or validity of.
(Archaic) To pay; recompense
To share an opinion or feeling; be in accord:
Find another word for compromising. In this page you can discover 34 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for compromising, like: conciliatory, flexible, uncompromising, temporizing, submitting, settling, risking, negotiating, jeopardizing, humiliating and hazarding.