peacemaker

[pees-mey-ker]
noun
a person, group, or nation that tries to make peace, especially by reconciling parties who disagree, quarrel, or fight.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English; see peace, maker

peacemaking, noun, adjective


intermediary, conciliator, mediator, arbitrator.
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peacemaker (ˈpiːsˌmeɪkə)
 
n
a person who establishes peace, esp between others
 
'peacemaking
 
n

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Example sentences
The peacemaker seeks to work out an understanding between neighbors who have to live next to each other.
Aurora, the middle sister, is the family peacemaker.
Sample autumn events are a family fun and information fair, a peacemaker gathering, and a pajama party.
In peacemaker, it was used to stop bullets and to take apart guns.
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