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  • There was a level of peace in the kingdom unknown in living memory.
  • They can now make the peace which has to be made.
  • On his appearance, he spoke about progress towards peace that he has recently observed.
  • Come and visit me, and you will find me at peace.
  • I must have peace and this is the only way.
  • During times of peace they were instead required to provide labour for other activities of the state.
  • They then signed a peace treaty with the French and a mission was established.
  • Such a peace would bring no security for us or for our neighbors.
  • The war is considered to have ended at this point, even though there was no peace treaty.
  • In spirit he remained a man of peace.
  • It was the first international organisation whose principal mission was to maintain world peace.
  • Additionally, the two countries claim to share a common vision for world peace.
  • But by now I have made peace with it.
  • In the post-war Peace of Paris it was transferred to Spanish control.
  • This peace would hold for the next forty years.
  • Henry was left alone against France, unable to make peace.
  • Some claimed their presence was a threat to peace and security.
  • The settlement produced peace in the area until the beginning of the Second World War.
  • However, the peace and freedom of the Native Americans did not last for long.
  • He later said that this was the first time he felt totally at peace with God.
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Meaning of peace

  • noun The state prevailing during the absence of war
  • noun Harmonious relations; freedom from disputes
    the roommates lived in peace together
  • noun The absence of mental stress or anxiety
  • noun The general security of public places
    he was arrested for disturbing the peace
  • noun A treaty to cease hostilities
    peace came on November 11th