Freedom from disturbance; tranquillity
The speaker’s heavy workload or lack of tranquillity is due to their sinful life
can't a man get any peace around here?
A day on which peace is achieved (following a war, etc.).
A man who favours or advocates peace.
Free from anxiety or distress
A belt of wampum used by North American Indians as a sign of peace.
A bond required by a court from an individual deemed to pose a threat to the safety or property of others, intended to deter that person from disturbing the peace.
An exercise in the maintenance of international peace.
A guild established for the maintenance of peace; = frith-guild.
A tropical plant of the genus Spathiphyllum (family Araceae), several varieties of which are cultivated for their white spathes; also called peace plant.
A line of demarcation drawn to avert conflict.
A march conducted during peacetime, or on peaceful terms, rather than as a tactic of war; especially a march organized in celebration of the conclusion of peace. Now rare.
A public park created to commemorate the end of a war or to promote the ideal of peace.
= peace lily.
An award presented in recognition of a contribution to the promotion of peace (chiefly with reference to the Nobel Prize).
A river that flows for 1,194 miles (1,923 km) from northern British Columbia into Alberta to the Slave River
A walk in support of peace.
Efforts to promote, preserve, or restore peace.
= Pax Romana.
Re-establish friendly relations
An informal encampment set up as a public protest against a military establishment or an aspect of military policy
An organization sending young people to work as volunteers in developing countries
A court order offering protection to certain classes of person who are not eligible to petition for a protective order
A tobacco pipe offered and smoked as a token of peace among North American Indians
A sign of peace made by holding up the hand with palm out-turned and the first two fingers extended in a V-shape
A conference or series of discussions aimed at ending hostilities
A state or period of relative peace in the countries of the former British Empire, seen as resulting from the British presence and administration.
Peace established within Britain and the British Empire and dominions; an instance of this; = British peace.
A person who violates peace or stirs up strife; a disputatious or quarrelsome person; a person who commits a breach of the peace, a violator of public order.
An economy characteristic of peacetime, in which defence expenditure is relatively low and only a small part of the labour force is engaged in arms production, etc.
A public garden created to commemorate the end of a war or to promote the ideal of peace.
A person who takes part in a peace march.
(With plural concord) a peace movement established in Northern Ireland in 1976 to campaign for a peaceful resolution of the conflict there.
An undertaking to abstain from fighting or to promote peace.
A series of initiatives, talks, etc., designed to bring about a negotiated settlement between warring or disputing parties.
The academic study of the causes of conflict and other matters relating to the establishment or maintenance of peace.
A symbol regarded as emblematic of peace; especially the symbol (consisting of a circle bisected by a vertical diameter with an inverted V in the lower half) adopted by the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and other movements.
A person who negotiates or advocates peace; a person who takes part in peace talks.
That talks of peace.
(Of a soldier, etc.) trained during peacetime.
A warrant for arrest issued by a justice of the peace.
A member of a workforce during peacetime (rare).
Inclined to avoid conflict or aggression; peaceable
A civil officer appointed to preserve law and order, such as a sheriff or police officer
An active movement or campaign directed towards the achievement of peace.
A sum of public money which becomes available for other purposes when spending on defence is reduced
A broad movement opposed to preparations for war, especially a movement in Britain and western Europe attempting since the 1950s to bring about a reduction in or elimination of nuclear weapons
A propitiatory or conciliatory gift
A North American Indian peace pipe; a calumet; also in extended use.