Associations to the word «Peace»
PEACE, noun. A state of tranquility, quiet, and harmony; absence of violence. For instance, a state free from civil disturbance.
PEACE, noun. A state free of oppressive and unpleasant thoughts and emotions.
PEACE, noun. Harmony in personal relations.
PEACE, noun. A state free of war, in particular war between different countries.
PEACE, interjection. (archaic) Shut up!, silence!; be quiet, be silent.
PEACE, interjection. (slang) Shortened form of peace out; goodbye.
PEACE, verb. (neologism) To make peace; to put at peace; to be at peace.
PEACE, verb. (slang) To peace out.
PEACE AND QUIET, noun. (idiomatic) Tranquility; freedom from stress or interruptions.
PEACE BE UPON HIM, interjection. (Islam) an honorific phrase used by some Muslims after any mention in speech or print of the Islamic prophet Muhammad
PEACE BOND, noun. (legal) A court order forbidding one party to bother another.
PEACE CORPS, proper noun. An independent United States federal agency for volunteers to help in developing countries where aid is needed.
PEACE DIVIDEND, noun. An economic benefit gained from a reduction in defence spending, especially a fund of public money that would be available for other purposes
PEACE DIVIDENDS, noun. Plural of peace dividend
PEACE FOR OUR TIME, noun. Used to evoke the situation where an aggressor is being appeased for the sake of delaying a (possibly inevitable) war
PEACE FOR OUR TIME, noun. Used to evoke the idea of false political promises and false expectations.
PEACE GARDEN STATE, proper noun. A nickname of North Dakota
PEACE IN OUR TIME, noun. A paraphrase of or misattribution to Neville Chamberlain, who stated that "peace for our time" would be the result of the Munich Agreement of 1938.
PEACE IN OUR TIME, noun. Used to evoke the situation where an aggressor is being appeased for the sake of delaying a (possibly inevitable) war
PEACE IN OUR TIME, noun. Used to evoke the idea of false political promises and false expectations.
PEACE OF MIND, noun. (set phrase) The absence of mental turmoil or anxiety.
PEACE OFFERING, noun. A religious sacrifice.
PEACE OFFERING, noun. An offering made to an adversary in the hope of obtaining peace or reconciliation; an olive branch.
PEACE OFFERINGS, noun. Plural of peace offering
PEACE OFFICER, noun. A civil law enforcement officer with a duty to maintain law and order, i.e. bylaw officer, police officer, sheriff, et cetera.
PEACE OFFICERS, noun. Plural of peace officer
PEACE OUT, interjection. (slang) Goodbye.
PEACE OUT, interjection. (slang) go in peace.
PEACE OUT, verb. (intransitive) To become unconscious; to pass out.
PEACE OUT, verb. (transitive) To render unconscious.
PEACE OUT, verb. To experience an altered state of consciousness.
PEACE OUT, verb. (intransitive) (slang) To depart.
PEACE PIPE, noun. A tobacco pipe smoked ceremonially in certain Native American cultures that symbolizes peace among those who smoke it, and among whom it is passed around from person to person.
PEACE PIPES, noun. Plural of peace pipe
PEACE PROCESS, noun. Negotiations towards the peaceful settlement of a long-running conflict.
PEACE PROCESSES, noun. Plural of peace process
PEACE SIGN, noun. A hand gesture of peace, made with the middle finger and index finger
PEACE TALKS, noun. A series of formal discussions between two or more nation-states or groups of people held to resolve existing conflict between them.
PEACE TREATIES, noun. Plural of peace treaty
PEACE TREATY, noun. An agreement to end fighting or conflict.
PEACE VALLIS, proper noun. (surface feature) A valley within Gale Crater near the landing site (Bradbury Landing) of the Curiosity rover on the planet Mars.
PEACE, noun. The state prevailing during the absence of war.
PEACE, noun. Harmonious relations; freedom from disputes; "the roommates lived in peace together".
PEACE, noun. The absence of mental stress or anxiety.
PEACE, noun. The general security of public places; "he was arrested for disturbing the peace".
PEACE, noun. A treaty to cease hostilities; "peace came on November 11th".
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