Examples of peacemaker in a Sentence
She acted as peacemaker in the dispute.
the former diplomat is coming out of retirement to lend his talents as a peacemaker to these crucial negotiations
Recent Examples of peacemaker from the Web
No one else was seen throwing any punches, with Yankees sluggers Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton acting as peacemakers.
Trump is going to be a peacemaker with North Korea.
And since then, many women have served as peacemakers in resolving political disputes as the country slowly descended into war, a war driven in part by a proxy fight for influence between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
Although tarnished by Cold War boycotts in the 1980s, the notion of the Olympics as peacemaker endures.
The effects of King’s death varied in large part on how one perceived him — whether as noble peacemaker, societal radical or too-gradual reformer.
The nation, famously, has no standing army, is seen as a regional peacemaker, an eco-tourism pioneer and a staunch advocate for human rights.
Levingston repeated his peacemaker role multiple times throughout the day, herding protesters away from the standoff with the riot squad by the freeway on-ramp and often walking among different marchers, asking them to calm down.
Roger Daltrey will receive the Mattie J.T. Stepanek Peacemaker Award, named in honor of poet and peacemaker Mattie J.T Stepanek, who died at age 13 in 2004.
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PEACEMAKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of peacemaker for English Language Learners
: a person who helps to prevent or stop an argument, a fight, or a war
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