from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun derogatory Behaviour of a
peacemonger; irrational pacifism.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The drama unfolding now in Laos should be seen as a warning sign - and a training mission - for the much tougher jobs of peacemongering that lay ahead.
The first to see a growing market niche, Dean is now fighting for shelf space on the left with a host of late-starting candidates whose common theme is peacemongering.
It's all their own invention in Iraq; from the false rationale about WMDs, to the nonsense about spreading liberty and democracy behind the intimidation of our nation's defenses; to the latest revival of the prospect of our peacemongering encouraging another 9-11.
Doves are a threat to our society, all that peacemongering and stuff.
Not god, but the prison priest who took what I said to the Family in Japan, a twelve-syllable name created to bond together a massive and highly motivated group of humanitarian punks, using Wolfram’s technology and a creed of human rights to reshape the world with guerilla peacemongering.