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peace·a·ble

 (pē′sə-bəl)
adj.
1. Inclined or disposed to peace; promoting calm: They met in a peaceable spirit.
2. Peaceful; undisturbed.

peace′a·ble·ness n.
peace′a·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.peaceably - in a peaceable manner; "the tenant paying the rent hereby reserved and performing the several covenants herein on his part contained shall peaceably hold and enjoy the demised premises"
Translations
بِصورَةٍ سِلْمِيَّه
mírumilovně
fredeligt
friîsamlega
mierumilovne
barış içindesakince

peaceably

[ˈpiːsəblɪ] ADV [live, settle] → pacíficamente

peaceably

[ˈpiːsəbli] adv [settle] → de manière pacifique; [agree] → calmementpeace accord naccord m de paixpeace activist n (gen)militant(e) m/f pour la paix; (for nuclear disarmament)militant(e) m/f pour le désarmement nucléairepeace campaigner n (gen)militant(e) m/f pour la paix; (for nuclear disarmament)militant(e) m/f pour le désarmement nucléairepeace conference nconférence f de paixPeace Corps n (US) organisation américaine de coopération et d'aide aux pays en développementpeace dividend n
the peace dividend économies sur le budget militaire réalisées depuis la fin d'une guerre et notamment de la guerre froidepeace envoy nnégociateur/trice m/f de paix

peaceably

adv settle, discussfriedlich

peaceably

[ˈpiːsəblɪ] advin pace, pacificamente

peace

(piːs) noun
1. (sometimes with a) (a time of) freedom from war; (a treaty or agreement which brings about) the end or stopping of a war. Does our country want peace or war?; (also adjective) a peace treaty.
2. freedom from disturbance; quietness. I need some peace and quiet.
ˈpeaceable adjective
liking peace; not fighting, quarrelling etc. He's a peaceable person.
ˈpeaceably adverb
ˈpeaceful adjective
quiet; calm; without worry or disturbance. It's very peaceful in the country.
ˈpeacefully adverb
ˈpeacefulness noun
ˈpeacemaker noun
a person who tries to make peace between enemies, people who are quarrelling etc. When my brother and sister quarrel I act as peacemaker.
ˈpeace-offering noun
something offered or given to make peace. She took him a drink as a peace-offering.
ˈpeacetime noun
a time when there is no war. Even in peacetime, a soldier's life is hard.
at peace
not at war; not fighting. The two countries were at peace.
in peace
1. without disturbance. Why can't you leave me in peace?
2. not wanting to fight. They said they came in peace.
make peace
to agree to end a war. The two countries finally made peace (with each other).
peace of mind
freedom from worry etc.
References in classic literature ?
Whether this answer affected their courage, or not, I cannot tell; but, contrary to our expectations, they formed a scheme to deceive us, declaring it was their orders, from Governor Hamilton, to take us captives, and not to destroy us; but if nine of us would come out, and treat with them, they would immediatly withdraw their forces from our walls, and return home peaceably.
I don't want anything of your country, except to be let alone,--to go peaceably out of it; and when I get to Canada, where the laws will own me and protect me, that shall be my country, and its laws I will obey.
They have no doubt that it is a damnable business in which they are concerned; they are all peaceably inclined.
But we knew we should, in all probability, be separated, if we were sold; and since he was in their hands, he concluded to go peaceably home.
were it not that that fair gift is a pledge they would let us pass peaceably.
For if," said he, "you throw among five YAHOOS as much food as would be sufficient for fifty, they will, instead of eating peaceably, fall together by the ears, each single one impatient to have all to itself; and therefore a servant was usually employed to stand by while they were feeding abroad, and those kept at home were tied at a distance from each other: that if a cow died of age or accident, before a HOUYHNHNM could secure it for his own YAHOOS, those in the neighbourhood would come in herds to seize it, and then would ensue such a battle as I had described, with terrible wounds made by their claws on both sides, although they seldom were able to kill one another, for want of such convenient instruments of death as we had invented.
Again, if the United States be not a government proper, but an association of States in the nature of contract merely, can it, as a contract, be peaceably unmade by less than all the parties who made it?
And here taking out what he said he had brought, the pair made their repast peaceably and sociably.
But, like a capricious child, the peasant woman colored, played with her wooden shoe, twisted the rope of the cow, which was now feeding peaceably, and looked at the two hunters, examining every part of their clothing; then she yelped, growled, and clucked, but did not speak.
The sea undulated peaceably under the stern of the vessel.
Reflect how glorious a day it will be, how grand, how solemn, that day of complete restoration, on which you will say in this very office, `My father died because he could not do what I have this day done; but he died calmly and peaceably, because in dying he knew what I should do.
At the same time he should encourage his citizens to practise their callings peaceably, both in commerce and agriculture, and in every other following, so that the one should not be deterred from improving his possessions for fear lest they be taken away from him or another from opening up trade for fear of taxes; but the prince ought to offer rewards to whoever wishes to do these things and designs in any way to honour his city or state.