- adj. Of or pertaining to pacifism.
- adj. opposed to war
“About 4,000 people, described as pacifistic, lived in three hamlets and led a difficult life of farming, reclaiming land, and cutting firewood.”
“But British researcher Sally McNamara of the Washington-based Heritage Foundation doubts whether a new document from the alliance will change what she calls the "pacifistic" trend in many European countries.”
“Nimoy developed both the pacifistic Vulcan Nerve Pinch and the two-fingered Vulcan salute; the latter is reportedly based on a Jewish blessing.”
“Such a response is perverse, however, if Rousseff seeks to live up to Brazil's stated goal of pushing a pacifistic foreign policy.”
“Or maybe her parents are very, very pacifistic and would freak out if she had been getting in fights.”
“Rick Perry's violent, shortsighted rhetoric continues to undermine the work of Texas' historically pacifistic presidential candidates.”
“The United States represented power; Europe represented a postpolitical, pacifistic “paradise.””
“Some Germans have become pacifistic and have forgotten about responsibility," says Mr. Glos, the conservative lawmaker.”
“To top that off, in later life Tolstoy completely rejected the idea of family in favor of a grand vision of anarchistic pacifistic celibacy and the imitation of Christ.”
“In this clip from The Time Machine, Wells sees himself as an eloy (remarkably similar to the suicidal, pacifistic Hippies, who would show up in the next 6 or 7 years.)”
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