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- adj. Not peaceful, the opposite of peaceful.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not pacific or peaceful; unquiet; disturbed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not peaceful
Retreat Cillian Murphy and Thandie Newton on an unpeaceful island getaway.
"I have no doubt that it was fabricated and staged to give the impression that these were unpeaceful people," Mr. Megahed said.
It was into this illogical and decidedly unpeaceful world of the far Comanche frontier that Mackenzie came in 1871.
Someone, working in secret from the highest level in the Ministry of Culture, has made the most disrespectful decision: not a single frame shall escape from the censoring scissors of the despot's accomplices, as our nomenklatura of lies spits its sterility on the unpeaceful memory of Jose Lezama Lima.
Jimmy Carter, the man of peace, in the midst of a campaign which his own party regarded as a sacred mission to retrieve the country from warmongers, made a bizarre pilgrimage to Palestine whose only evident purpose was to create the expected public outrage that his laying a wreath on the grave of the very unpeaceful Yasser Arafat could be expected to create.
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Afflictive emotions are defined as any attitude that makes your mental continuum unpeaceful.
As President Bush prepares for a trip to promote Mideast peace, an incident between U.S. and Iranian naval vessels provided a reminder -- if one's even necessary -- of how unpeaceful the region is.
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