[ US /ˈpis/ ]
[ UK /pˈiːs/ ]
NOUN
  1. a treaty to cease hostilities
    peace came on November 11th
  2. the absence of mental stress or anxiety
  3. the general security of public places
    he was arrested for disturbing the peace
  4. the state prevailing during the absence of war
  5. harmonious relations; freedom from disputes
    the roommates lived in peace together
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How To Use peace In A Sentence

  • In wartime, heroes come into being in times of crisis; in peacetime, they come into existence by doing trifles in everyday life.
  • The original Auroran settlers had landed in the location that was now the park and decided to keep it as a peaceful retreat in the centre of the city.
  • In other respects, however, the implementation of the peace plan was proceeding well, according to the report.
  • Some people prefer a single syllable such as "peace", as it is easier to chant. Coping with Stress at Work
  • Yes, there were aberrations like the American Civil War and the Franco-Prussian War, but mostly it was a period of peace.
  • I'm glad the kid is alright and I hope Angel Rest in Peace!!! Golden Retriever Thwarts Cougar Attack in B.C.
  • The record was, I think, called Peace, a heart-warming exhortation for world leaders to avoid war – although many of them, unbelievably, have completely ignored the doughty cloggers' message in the intervening years. Which footballers have produced their own food and drink?
  • The decades of peace and accumulation of wealth in the west have not only been arguably bought at the expense of the rest of the world - but also of ourselves.
  • Cheerful competition between strongmen is harmless enough in times of peace. Times, Sunday Times
  • The theme of this year's event was peace and friendship between China and Japan.
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