inclined or disposed to avoid strife or dissension; not argumentative or hostile: a peaceable person; a peaceable disposition.
peaceful; tranquil: in peaceable periods; a peaceable adjustment of a dispute.

1300–50; Middle English pesible < Middle French paisible. See peace, -able

peaceableness, noun
peaceably, adverb
unpeaceable, adjective
unpeaceably, adverb

peaceable, peaceful (see synonym study at peaceful).

1. amicable, friendly, amiable.

1. quarrelsome, hostile. Unabridged
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peaceable (ˈpiːsəbəl)
1.  inclined towards peace
2.  tranquil; calm

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Example sentences
But if you want a peaceable kingdom without endless rumblings and mutinous
  plots, you've planted some toxic weeds in your garden.
As the two-week meeting unfolded, however, conflict kept disrupting this
  peaceable kingdom.
But one can't go the other way and say that this means that they will likely be
  peaceable, either.
The residents of this peaceable kingdom were not people--they were birds, of a
  species called the white-fronted bee-eater.
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