What is the adverb for passivate?

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passively
  1. In a passive manner; without conscious or self-directed action.
  2. In an acquiescent manner; resignedly or submissively.
  3. (grammar) In the passive voice; having a passive construction.
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  5. Examples:
    1. “A zombified society, passively allowing itself to be hypnotised by every cunning conman with a used monster to sell.”
      “Studies have shown that women who resist and fight back are less likely to be harmed than those women who submit passively.”
      “But current practitioners also tend to argue that literature can only make an ideological statement by passively recirculating it.”
pacifically
  1. In a calm or quiet manner.
  2. In a soothing manner.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “To overcome this crisis democratically and pacifically, the majority of people are asking him to announce elections or simply resign.”
      “Then Weary became aware of Patsy and his wrath, and turned to him pacifically.”
pacifistically
pacifyingly
  1. So as to pacify or calm.
passivistically
  1. (rare) In a passivistic manner.
peaceably
  1. In a peaceable manner.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Far from peaceably agreeing with one another, we were at each other's throats about the Schappelle Corby trial.”
      “That said, it is Western values that have allowed people of different religions, cultures, and ethnicities to live together peaceably.”
      “At least the American went off peaceably this time, the former Rangers player being known not to stop at one card when the red mist descends.”
peacefully
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