peace pipe

noun

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Examples of peace pipe in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Another tradition surrounding this matchup is the smoking of a peace pipe at halftime of their matchups by members of two junior honorary societies — Bucket and Dipper of Ohio State and Atius-Sachem of Illinois. Scott Horner, USA TODAY, 17 Oct. 2021 Another tradition surrounding this matchup is the smoking of a peace pipe at halftime of their matchups by members of two junior honorary societies — Bucket and Dipper of Ohio State and Atius-Sachem of Illinois. Scott Horner, USA TODAY, 17 Oct. 2021 Another tradition surrounding this matchup is the smoking of a peace pipe at halftime of their matchups by members of two junior honorary societies — Bucket and Dipper of Ohio State and Atius-Sachem of Illinois. Scott Horner, USA TODAY, 17 Oct. 2021 Another tradition surrounding this matchup is the smoking of a peace pipe at halftime of their matchups by members of two junior honorary societies — Bucket and Dipper of Ohio State and Atius-Sachem of Illinois. Scott Horner, USA TODAY, 17 Oct. 2021 Another tradition surrounding this matchup is the smoking of a peace pipe at halftime of their matchups by members of two junior honorary societies — Bucket and Dipper of Ohio State and Atius-Sachem of Illinois. Scott Horner, The Indianapolis Star, 24 Sep. 2021 On the back of the statue’s base, an engraving shows an American Indian handing a peace pipe to Father Hennepin. Tim Harlow, Star Tribune, 27 Nov. 2020 Your Native American figure with the peace pipe in one hand and rolled tobacco leaves in the other is reminiscent of the antique tobacco store advertising figures. Brenda Yenke, cleveland, 12 Aug. 2020 The school changed its use of a headdress and dancing at games and removed a peace pipe and a tomahawk from the school's symbol. Paul Daugherty, Cincinnati.com, 31 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of peace pipe

1760, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of peace pipe was in 1760

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“Peace pipe.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/peace%20pipe. Accessed 7 Dec. 2021.

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peace pipe

noun

English Language Learners Definition of peace pipe

: a pipe that is smoked by Native Americans in a special ceremony as a sign of peace

peace pipe

noun

Kids Definition of peace pipe

: a decorated pipe used for certain ceremonies by some tribes of indigenous people of North America

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