atonement (n.)
reconciliation, appeasement, harmony
2H4 IV.i.219 [Archbishop to Mowbray] If we do now make our atonement well, / Our peace will ... / Grow stronger
MW I.i.31 [Evans to Shallow, of Falstaff] [I] will be glad ... to make atonements and compromises between you [>> WELSH, p. 000]
R3 I.iii.36 [Buckingham to Queen Elizabeth, of King Edward] he desires to make atonement / Between the Duke of Gloucester and your brothers