reconcilement

  • 1 Reconcilement — Rec on*cile ment ( ment), n. Reconciliation. Milton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 reconcilement — index accordance (compact), accordance (understanding), adjustment, conciliation, condonation, consensus …

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  • 3 reconcilement — noun see reconcile …

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  • 4 reconcilement — See reconcile. * * * …

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  • 5 reconcilement — noun a) Act of reconciling. b) State of being reconciled …

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  • 6 reconcilement — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun A reestablishment of friendship or harmony: conciliation, rapprochement, reconciliation. See LOVE …

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  • 7 reconcilement — rekÉ™nsaɪlmÉ™nt n. settlement, act of restoring harmony, act of reconciling …

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  • 8 reconcilement — n. See reconciliation …

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  • 9 reconcilement — rec·on·cile·ment …

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  • 10 reconcilement — lmənt noun ( s) Etymology: reconcile + ment : reconciliation …

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  • 11 Account Reconcilement — The process of confirming that two separate records of transactions in an account are equal. This can happen internally with a bank or broker, such as between general ledger entries and individual account records. Reconcilement also occurs when a …

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  • 12 account reconcilement — /əˌkaυnt ˌrekən saɪlmənt/ noun same as bank reconciliation …

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  • 13 reconcile — reconcilement, n. reconciler, n. reconcilingly, adv. /rek euhn suyl /, v., reconciled, reconciling. v.t. 1. to cause (a person) to accept or be resigned to something not desired: He was reconciled to his fate. 2. to win over to friendliness;… …

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  • 14 Bank reconciliation — is the process of matching and comparing figures from accounting records against those presented on a bank statement. Less any items which have no relation to the bank statement, the balance of the accounting ledger should reconcile (match) to… …

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  • 15 accordance — I (compact) noun accommodation, accord, adjustment, agreement, arrangement, conciliation, concord, concordance, concurrence, consonance, contract, entente cordiale, pact, reconcilement, reconciliation, settlement, unison, unity II (understanding) …

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  • 16 Forgiveness — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Forgiveness >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 forgiveness forgiveness pardon condonation grace remission absolution amnesty oblivion Sgm: N 1 indulgence indulgence Sgm: N 1 reprieve reprieve …

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  • 17 Accordment — Ac*cord ment ([a^]k*k[^o]rd ment), n. [OF. acordement. See {Accord}, v.] Agreement; reconcilement. [Obs.] Gower. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 18 Reconciliation — Rec on*cil i*a tion ( s?l ?*? sh?n), n. [F. r[ e]conciliation, L. reconciliatio.] 1. The act of reconciling, or the state of being reconciled; reconcilenment; restoration to harmony; renewal of friendship. [1913 Webster] Reconciliation and… …

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  • 19 Submissive — Sub*mis sive, a. 1. Inclined or ready to submit; acknowledging one s inferiority; yielding; obedient; humble. [1913 Webster] Not at his feet submissive in distress, Creature so fair his reconcilement seeking. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. Showing a… …

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  • 20 Submissively — Submissive Sub*mis sive, a. 1. Inclined or ready to submit; acknowledging one s inferiority; yielding; obedient; humble. [1913 Webster] Not at his feet submissive in distress, Creature so fair his reconcilement seeking. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2.… …

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