- mild pacific breezes
Examples of pacific in a Sentence
as a pacific gesture, we invited our feuding neighbors to our backyard barbecue
a pacific nation that has managed to remain neutral even during times of world conflict
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The current law has been credited with rebuilding 43 stocks since 2000 including Atlantic sea scallops, pacific canary rockfish and Atlantic scup, also known as porgy.
Only the pacific was left, that most dangerous part.
Previously, pacific coast and mountain-time viewers would view primetime coverage on a tape delay.
The biggest risers in the world are pacific island nation Vanuatu, jumping 28 places to 157th.
Anti-Semitism had little or no place in Italian fascist doctrine before 1938, reflecting the Italian Jewish community’s relatively pacific existence on the peninsula.
Other species, such as pacific herring and pigeon guillemots, also haven’t come close to returning to their pre-spill levels.
This pacific picture, though, is soon replaced by far more disturbing, recurrent images of perilously small boats filled with frantically shouting, gesturing men, women and children seeking asylum.
Louis served in the military police in the pacific, and served as Eleanor Roosevelt's honor-guard on her visit to hospitals in Australia.
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PACIFIC Defined for English Language Learners
Pacific : of, relating to, bordering on, or near the Pacific Ocean
: calm and peaceful
: loving peace : not wanting war or conflict
PACIFIC Defined for Kids
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