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  • Later he was released on the condition that he would live peacefully but he did not.
  • He then returned to his country estate and passed the remainder of his life peacefully.
  • It is generally believed their political leaders allowed themselves to be incorporated peacefully.
  • Although most events pass off peacefully, some continue to result in violence.
  • After about an hour the stand-off that developed ended peacefully.
  • Years later, he comes back, and finds that both families live peacefully.
  • Whether clan members are related is unknown but they get along peacefully enough.
  • The people were asked to go home peacefully and to think about how they were going to change their situation.
  • She has also been able to exist peacefully with wild animals.
  • "We lived so peacefully for eight months and now it's all started again."
  • The marriage lasted just over a year due to the couple being unable to peacefully live together.
  • For a long time after that he was unable to sleep peacefully.
  • For forty years he reigned peacefully until his death when civil war broke out between his sons.
  • He then lived peacefully until the end of the series.
  • We shall live at last as free men on our own soil, and in our own homes peacefully die.
  • The entire extended family is gathered peacefully around the tree with Christmas music playing.
  • Seeing him sleep so peacefully, she just wants to stay together with him for as long as she can.
  • She was quickly, but peacefully, retired from the place by security staff.
  • Several thousand people attended and there was a large police presence, but the event passed off peacefully and without incident.
  • While these are not schooling fish, they can usually be kept peacefully in small groups.
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Meaning of peacefully

  • adverb In a peaceful manner
    the hen settled herself on the nest most peacefully