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  1. A state of tranquility, quiet, and harmony; absence of violence. For instance, a state free from civil disturbance.
  2. A state free of oppressive and unpleasant thoughts and emotions.
  3. Harmony in personal relations.
  4. A state free of war, in particular war between different countries.
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  6. Examples:
    1. “The South Korean president envisaged that peace with North Korea would lead to a transformation of northeast Asia.”
      “We went camping by the lake, away from the city, where we could finally get some peace.”
      “The neighbor's noisy party finally ended and peace returned to the apartment block.”
  1. (chemistry) The process of making a material passive (non-reactive) in relation to another material prior to using the materials together.
  2. (chemistry) The spontaneous formation of a hard non-reactive surface film (usually an oxide or nitride) that inhibits further corrosion.
  3. (control theory) Conversion of a non-passive dynamical system into a passive one.
  4. Examples:
    1. “For example, manufacturers should document any bench testing conducted to assess electropolishing or passivation of the stent materials.”
      “Chromate passivation systems containing hexavalent chromium compounds are extensively used in electroplating and metal treatment processing.”
      “This effect is related to the oxide layer used for passivation of the silicon surface.”
  1. One that preserves the peace.
  2. A member of a military force charged with peacekeeping duties in a troublespot.
  3. (Canada, law enforcement) An officer of the peace (police officer) in a Canadian aboriginal community.
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  5. Examples:
    1. “Now a local MP is trying to pour oil on troubled waters by enlisting the help of the Bishop to act as peacekeeper.”
      “Few espouse political ideologies of any sort, since devout beliefs can impede one's effectiveness as a peacekeeper.”
      “The masker announces the arrival of the chief and serves as a peacekeeper.”
  1. One who loves, supports, or favours peace.
  2. One who avoids violence.
  3. One who opposes violence and is anti-war.
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  5. Examples:
    1. “She was a committed pacifist all her life.”
      “The Thomas Merton Center expounds a Buddhist pacifist philosophy, along with advocating nonviolent protests and civil disobedience.”
      “Japan is enmeshed in a familiar quandary about how to provide military support without damaging its pacifist constitution.”
  1. The state of being passive.
  2. Submissiveness.
  3. A lack of initiative.
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  5. Examples:
    1. “Their passivity is a reflection of the lack of cohesiveness among social groups and radical parties.”
      “Rather than fortitude, courage or conviction, his morality play teaches resignation, passivity and submission.”
      “Once again, this stance expresses political passivity, this time dressed up in the garb of militant syndicalism.”
  1. The act of preserving peace, specifically between hostile groups or states, especially by a sanctioned military force. [from 17th c.]
  2. (as a noun modifier) (for example) a peacekeeping force.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “Few states considering themselves influential players on the world stage would publicly renounce peacekeeping.”
      “These are not indications of a completed peacekeeping mission, nor yet one that might be successfully handed over to noncombatants.”
      “They are happy to bring in allied forces, but only after the fighting is over, to help in peacekeeping.”
  1. Someone or something that pacifies. [from 16th c.]
  2. (Canada) A rubber or plastic device imitating a nipple that goes into a baby’s mouth, used to calm and quiet the baby. [from 20th c.]
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  4. Examples:
    1. “The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends babies use a pacifier at bedtime.”
      “But his old rival, Tokugawa Ieyasu, proved stronger and became the third and last pacifier of Japan and the first Shogun of the Tokugawa family.”
      “A man passed her, then a woman with a baby carriage, the baby inside waving a pacifier.”
  1. The creation of peace or the conditions for peace.
  2. The reconstruction of physical and societal institutions after a conflict
  1. (grammar) The passive voice of verbs.
  2. (grammar) A form of a verb that is in the passive voice.
  1. The doctrine that disputes (especially between countries) should be settled without recourse to violence.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “The logic of this argument is that the only policy compatible with neutrality is absolute pacifism.”
      “Nonresistant sects, notably Mennonites and Brethren, also developed active forms of pacifism such as humanitarian service for war victims.”
      “One of the concerns today which is most talked about is pacifism, is the world at war and its opposite, pacifism.”
  1. (derogatory) Behaviour of a peacemonger; irrational pacifism.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Now that I am in combat all the live long day, there will be no peacemongering here.”
      “The right-wing press are being a lot cagier in their peacemongering now.”
  1. (linguistics) A term, in some languages, that is used to convert a verb into the passive
  1. A person who restores peace, especially by settling disputes.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Along comes a referee intent on making peace but instead of getting both sides to kiss and make up the peacemaker only exacerbates the situation.”
      “Well, on a personal level, how does he behave behind closed doors as a mediator, as a peacemaker of sorts?”
      “Though whites were concerned about her masculine appearance, she worked as a guide, courier, warrior and peacemaker for the next 25 years.”
  1. The jargon of pacifism and anti-war discourse.
  2. Examples:
    1. “But love-bombing, the Unionists couldn't handle. The long arm of 'friendship' is much more insidious. Irish nationalism takes many forms and peacespeak is just one of them.”
  1. The act of reconciling two people or groups who disagree.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “He is here when we unlearn the violence and greed we are inculcated with as Americans, and practice peacemaking and reconciliation.”
      “These complex factors must be understood by any country that becomes involved in the peacemaking process.”
      “As the president's closest gay confidant, he anticipates playing a peacemaking role on the council.”
  1. The quality or principle of being passive.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “But the very term, passivism, is usually significant and goes very deep psychologically.”
      “Here, systemic activism is the norm while systemic passivism turns out to be an exception.”
      “Liberalism has been on the side of passivism in the face of danger,'' he wrote.”
  1. The condition of being passive; passivity.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “The one thing I'm taking away from this experience is that apathy and passiveness don't make anything better.”
      “He becomes a practising mystic using wise passiveness and transcendental experience as methods of breaking his ego chains.”
      “We will wait for another nuclear explosion or Mandir-Masjid dispute to shake us out of our passiveness.”
  1. The art or process of negotiating peace.
  1. One who adopts a passive approach, or passivism.
  2. Examples:
    1. “It is astonishing to realize how Eastwood has gotten to this almost Gandhi-esque passivist position by inhabiting the stereotype of the vengeful Eastwood hero.”
      “Paradoxically, such an activist investment strategy increases the likelihood that the fund will be a passivist in caring about intrinsic corporate value and governance.”
  1. A peacemaker, a pacifier.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “The only safe reliance, Mr. Stuart thinks, is for Virginia to assume her old position of mediator and pacificator.”
      “Eight years later he had conferred on him by letters patent the still more glorious title of Magnificent Prince and pacificator.”
      “The pacificator of kingdoms did the same, but the poor wretch could not himself get up again without our assistance.”
  1. Alternative form of passivizability
  1. (grammar) The process of rendering into the passive form.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Marcus demonstrates these claims by successfully applying the parser to examples of passivization and raising.”
  1. A person who creates or restores a state of peace.
  1. One who disturbs the public peace.
  1. (Britain) Alternative form of passivization
  1. Disturbing or destroying a state of peace.
  1. The quality of being peaceable.
  1. The ability to be passivized
  1. The state of being peaceable.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Indologists like to extrapolate the peaceableness of the Hindus from a reading of philosophical texts.”
      “The earlier excesses of the movement were soon abandoned and they acquired a reputation for sobriety and peaceableness.”
      “What leads to peace is not violence but peaceableness, which is not passivity, but an alert, informed, practiced, and active state of being.”
  1. (informal) A baby's pacifier.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Jeffrey enjoyed scoping out his hands and holding his paci with the top his hand before pushing it back into his mouth.”
  1. Alternative form of pacifist
  1. The state of being peaceful.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “My favorite medium is artistic photography because it is real and has that peacefulness and beauty in it.”
      “When we do see the dead couple, they are in a state of peacefulness and repose.”
      “So far, these demonstrations and counterdemonstrations have been remarkable in their peacefulness and in the frankness of their political aims.”
  1. The process of pacifying.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “American pacification efforts took on many forms and consumed enormous resources during the Vietnam War.”
      “If there is any thing to pacificate I am in favor of pacification, but in favor of it according to the Constitution.”
      “He describes him as irredeemably corrupt, not an appropriate partner for a pacification program, and cannot change.”
  1. plural of passivisability
  1. plural of passivization
  1. plural of passivisation
  1. plural of peacebuilder
  1. plural of peacebreaker
  1. plural of peacekeeper
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  3. Examples:
    1. “It is now clear that the best soldiers are the best warriors but not necessarily the best peacekeepers.”
      “Where spoilers are identified, peacekeepers must be able to engage in robust and aggressive action to bring them to heel.”
      “Marines deployed around the world are not only warfighters or peacekeepers, they are symbols to the world of what America stands for.”
  1. plural of passivation
  2. Examples:
    1. “So far, however, most of the alternatives to hexavalent chromium-based passivations are trivalent chromium based.”
      “Totally non-chromium passivations have been under development for some time, and there exists a number of alternatives.”
      “For the applicator, hexavalent chromium passivations are easy to use and can be bulk applied often by a single-stage immersion and are inexpensive to make-up and operate.”
  1. plural of passivizer
  1. plural of pacificist
  1. plural of peacemaker
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Now that both teams have lost their peacemakers, things may heat up between the remaining contestants.”
      “In recent years, groups of children have taken on the roles of peacemakers in bringing forward personal causes for peace.”
      “The new leaderships will have to enjoy credibility in the places where peacemakers fear to go.”
  1. plural of passivist
  1. plural of pacifier
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  3. Examples:
    1. “The introduction of pacifiers and bottles is also a common practice within the nursery setting.”
      “Family physicians argue about whether pacifiers are good or bad for infants.”
      “It is normal for children to suck their thumbs, their fingers or pacifiers.”
  1. plural of pacifist
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  3. Examples:
    1. “The dissidents are by no means all pacifists, much less opponents of a resurgence of British imperialism.”
      “Censorship was reformed, to repress both pacifists and defeatists for military reasons, but to restore freedoms otherwise.”
      “I've marched with Gandhian pacifists and white-haired women in wheelchairs.”
  1. plural of passive
  2. Examples:
    1. “But readies for does not occur at all, and the six occurrences of readied for are all passives.”
      “By the way, they discuss many different kinds of bias on the part of Reuters, not just choice between actives and passives.”
      “Have you ever read something that assiduously avoids all passives and progressives?”
  1. plural of peace
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Unfortunately, the history of the region is replete with false peaces, false starts and unilateral attempts to impose a settlement.”
      “The full monty comes in at a sleek six volumes, and reads like three Wars And Peaces.”
  1. plural of paci
  2. Examples:
    1. “The collection was based on a donation from Martinus Nijhoff of 55 editions of De jure belli ac pacis libri tres.”
      “Given these emphases on significant dates, it may not be coincidental that the Ara Pacis was begun during the year in which Augustus reached the climacteric age of fifty.”
      “The relief sculptures decorating the Ara Pacis visually augmented the written record of Augustus' triumphs in the Res Gestae.”
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