dispeace

dispeace

(dɪsˈpiːs)
n
an absence of peace
References in classic literature ?
But Defoe assures his readers he means to go on writing about the Union until he can see some prospect of calm among the men who are trying to make dispeace.
We name our failures in the State, the dispeace of the world, the poverty and hunger of millions of people, and the constant strife of people with people.
What an amount of strain, dispeace, and estrangement conversion must have produced, if one member was a Christian while another clung to the old religion