Definition of Peace march

1. Noun. A protest march against (a particular) war and in favor of peace.

Generic synonyms: Protest March



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Peace March

peabrain
peabrains
peacable
peacably
peace
peace-loving
peace advocacy
peace and quiet
peace bond
peace dividend
peace dividends
peace for our time
peace in our time
peace initiative
peace lily
peace march (current term)
peace of mind
peace offering
peace officer
peace out
peace pipe
peace pipes
peace process
peace processes
peace sign
peace treaties
peace treaty
peaceable
peaceableness
peaceablenesses

Literary usage of Peace march

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. History of Woman Suffrage by Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan Brownell Anthony, Matilda Joslyn Gage (1886)
"Campbell Signs the Bill—Appoints Esther Morris, Justice of the Peace, March, 1870—Women on the Jury, Chief-Justice Howe, Presiding—JW Kingman, ..."

2. History of the Venetian Republic: Her Rise, Her Greatness, and Her Civilization by William Carew Hazlitt (1860)
"... 1403)—Peace (March, 1404)—Death of Giovanni-Galeazzo Visconti (Sept. 3, 1402)—Partition of his Dominions among his Sons—War between Venice and Francesco ..."

3. The Nineteenth and Their Times: Being an Account of the Four Cavalry by John Biddulph (1899)
"... Rajah makes peace—Scindia makes peace—March against banditti—Their dispersal—Grant of badges for Assaye. ..."

4. Annals of British Legislation: Being a Classified and Analysed Summary of edited by Leone Levi (1861)
"... of peace; March 21, 1832, fast, in the time of cholera; March 24, 1847, fast, in the time of scarcity and dearth ; November 15, 1849, thanksgiving, ..."

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