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Definition of "make-peace" [make•-peace]

  • A peacemaker. (noun)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "make-peace" in a sentence
  • ""This is a make-peace fashion of yours," said the beldam, relaxing into a smile."
  • "Florence was given as a make-peace offering to the contemptible Medici; and it remains the worst shame of Clement that he used the dregs of the army that had sacked Rome for the enslavement of his mother-city."
  • "_make-peace_ "'" Malcolm and Clara both laughed, and asked their young governess when the birch rods were coming; but Edith did not feel quite so easy, and, with her bruised foot and all, it took a great deal of petting that night to get her comfortably to bed."