make peace

  1. end hostilities
    The brothers who had been fighting over their inheritance finally made peace
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How To Use make peace In A Sentence

  • Her main motive was simple: to retrieve the ring and thereby enable Rick to make peace with his family.
  • “If Herr Hitler was prepared to make peace on the terms of the restoration of German colonies and the overlordship of Central Europe, that was one thing,” he soothed. BARGAINING WITH THE DEVIL
  • With elections coming up in Israel, I assumed Hama's was trying to defeat Prime Minister Peres and provoke the Israelis to elect a hard-line government that would not make peace with the PLO.
  • So he decided to make peace with the Church in order to have a free hand to deal with his more dangerous enemies.
  • The taxi driver took a look around, tried vainly to make peace, did not like what he was seeing, leapt back in his taxi, and skedaddled.
  • Both were serious, both were patriots loyal to their people and both wanted to do something to make peace. The Tribes Triumphant
  • I looked back at the manor once as I borrowed a horse from the stableman in hopes that if I survived my father's treachery, I would be able to have an excuse to return here and make peace with Bryan again.
  • Here he argued that Russians themselves did not want to make peace with Napoleon, and consequently Britain had no purpose in wasting its gold to invoke mutual hatred.
  • On Thursday he met two of the members in an attempt to make peace, but to little avail. Times, Sunday Times
  • When we see two people quarrelling with one another, we make peace between them. Times, Sunday Times
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