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accommodation settlement; reconciliation. [1/6 definitions]
arbitrate to submit an issue or dispute for settlement or decision by arbitration. [1/4 definitions]
compensation something given or received in return or reparation for something else, such as wages for work or a cash settlement for injuries sustained. [1/2 definitions]
compromise a settlement of differences by partial concession of demands by each party, or the result of such a settlement. [1/7 definitions]
conclude to bring to a final settlement; resolve. [1/4 definitions]
decide to arrive at a conclusion about or a settlement of; determine. [1/7 definitions]
determination the act of arriving at a settlement or resolution. [1/5 definitions]
distrain to seize and hold (property), or the property of (someone), to force payment or settlement, as of a debt, claim, rent, or the like.
Eric the Red a Nordic outlaw and explorer who established the first Nordic settlement of Greenland in 985 (b.950--d.1003).
fortress a large, fortified building or area, often encompassing a town or settlement.
frontier (sometimes pl.) the outer or furthest reaches, as of settlement, exploration, or knowledge. [1/3 definitions]
hamlet a small village or settlement.
hammer to construct or bring about (an agreement or settlement) with force or energy (often fol. by out). [1/12 definitions]
kibbutz an Israeli farming settlement whose ownership is shared by those who live and work there.
kitchen midden a refuse heap of shells, bones, and the like marking the site of a prehistoric human settlement.
modus vivendi temporary agreement between disputing parties pending a final settlement of the dispute; compromise. [1/2 definitions]
outpost an outlying settlement or station. [1/2 definitions]
plantation formerly, a new settlement or colony. [1/3 definitions]
Plymouth a U.S. town in southeastern Massachusetts. In 1620, English colonists known as the Pilgrims established a settlement called Plymouth Colony in this location, which later became the town of Plymouth.
presettlement combined form of settlement.
quits having no grounds for hostility, dissatisfaction, or a further claim, as the result of a repayment or equitable settlement.