Definition of Dispeace

1. lack of peace [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dispeace

dispatchers
dispatches
dispatchful
dispatching
dispatchment
dispathies
dispathy
dispauper
dispaupered
dispaupering
dispauperize
dispauperized
dispauperizes
dispauperizing
dispaupers
dispeace (current term)
dispeaces
dispeed
dispeeded
dispeeding
dispeeds
dispel
dispell'd
dispellable
dispelled
dispeller
dispellers
dispelling
dispels
dispence

Literary usage of Dispeace

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

1. The pulpit commentary, ed. by H.D.M. Spence and J.S. Exell. nT= edited by Henry Donald M. Spence- Jones (1887)
"They have sometimes a peace, a want of such dispeace as might be expected, but only by blinking the facts of their case. They do not thus get quit of their ..."

2. Handbook of the History of Philosophy by Albert Schwegler (1868)
"This absolute dispeace of consciousness that strives to absolute peace could lead only to the longing to be freed from this ..."

3. English Prose: Its Elements, History, and Usage by John Earle (1890)
"dispeace.—The Austrians themselves would be the last to deny that they are a divided ... They are going through a stage of internal dispeace such as most ..."

4. The Laird of Norlaw: A Scottish Story by Oliphant (Margaret) (1859)
"Mother ! do you think dispeace can ever rise between you and. me, ... No dispeace, Katie—no, God forbid !" said Huntley's mother, " but I'ma hasty woman in ..."

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