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    LeTyan is offline Member
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    Default the usage of "reconcile"

    Hi,

    I do know we can say "I became reconciled to my illness". But is it Ok to use the comparative form of the word? For example, can we say "I became more reconciled to my illness than before."?

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    Default Re: the usage of "reconcile"

    Yes, we can.

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