Definition of Peaceableness

1. Noun. A state that is calm and tranquil.

Exact synonyms: Peacefulness
Generic synonyms: Amity
Specialized synonyms: Mollification
Derivative terms: Peaceable, Peaceable, Peaceful



Definition of Peaceableness

1. Noun. A state of being calm, or peaceful ¹

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Definition of Peaceableness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Peaceableness

peace initiative
peace lily
peace march
peace of mind
peace offering
peace officer
peace out
peace pipe
peace pipes
peace process
peace processes
peace sign
peace treaties
peace treaty
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peaceableness (current term)
peaceablenesses
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peacebreaker
peacebreakers
peacebuilding
peaced
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peaceful coexistence
peacefull
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peacefullest
peacefully
peacefulness
peacefulnesses

Literary usage of Peaceableness

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1. Prayers and Offices of Devotion, for Families, and for Particular Persons by Benjamin Jenks (1833)
"... A Prayer for Meekness and peaceableness. O ALMIGHTY God, who alone canst order the unruly wills and affections of sinful men! wilt thou ..."

2. The Larger Liberalism by Edward Bernard Benjamin (1918)
"peaceableness — instanced in anarchism, p. 99. 3. Projection: a. Democracy in industry, p. 101; b. " Equality" in remuneration, p. 104; j. State, p. 105. ..."

3. Sacred Classics: Or, Cabinet Library of Divinity by Henry Stebbing, Richard Cattermole (1835)
"Of their Unity and peaceableness. CHAPTER IV.—Page 110. Of their Obedience and Subjection to Civil Government. CHAPTER V.—Page 125. ..."

4. The Principles of Religion: As Professed by the Society of Christians by Henry Tuke, Society of Friends (1827)
"THE peaceableness of our principles, when applied even to enemies, affords a strong security to any government under which we live ..."

5. Father Payne by Arthur Christopher Benson (1916)
"LIV OF peaceableness FATHER PAYNE, talking one evening, made a statement which involved an assumption that the world was progressing. ..."

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