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- adj. Without peace, not peaceful
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Without peace; disturbed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without peace; disturbed.
Those words did but awaken within me when I was peaceless in the night.
We will allow all haters to remain in hate zone and peaceless language-keep moving people nothing to see here just another jealous MJ hater.
In these peaceless times I am coming to you to show you the way to peace.
In vain sends peace to peaceless lands, to restless nations rest.
And I think that people are way too serious in life, and caught up in "self", so much so that they become very peaceless entities.
"Such was the people's peaceless token, the suffering of the _wretched_." l.
If Martha should not have been cumbered with the outward attention to Christ Himself, cares for others on plea of duty can never be enough excuse for a peaceless mind.
Alternately her nervous, peaceless hands clutched at an imaginary something in the air, as if for support, then, finding none, she would let her wrists fall supine, while she gazed about with quivering lips and wild, restless eyes.
Stuffed with barbarous arms and spoils stained with blood, and everywhere crowned with triumphal memorials and trophies, she was no pleasant or delightful spectacle for the eyes of peaceful or refined spectators: but, as Epaminondas named the fields of Boeotia the stage of Mars; and Xenophon called Ephesus the workhouse of war; so, in my judgment, may you call Rome, at that time, (to use the words of Pindar,) “the precinct of the peaceless
And the God that was Love cried out again: "You pray in vain for peace who shall ever be peaceless from this time forth.
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