pacificism

noun
pa·​cif·​i·​cism | \ pə-ˈsi-fə-ˌsi-zəm \

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pacificist \ pə-​ˈsi-​fə-​sist \ noun

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Its agenda: justice and charity, pacificism and spreading the wealth. Sam Roberts, New York Times, "The Erie Canal: A Marvel, Every Inch of the Way," 8 July 2016

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1910, in the meaning defined above

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