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
Sheriff Ash spoke about the dangers of law enforcement and the special role of his deputies as peacemakers.
Trump appears to have resolved the immediate threat of war and cast himself as a peacemaker.
That ascent marked a fundamental shift for the ANC, away from Mandela the peacemaker and Mbeki the technocrat — and toward Zuma, a traditionalist whose popularity was concentrated in the populous rural province of KwaZulu-Natal.
Over his seven and a half years at Yellowstone, Wenk earned a reputation as a peacemaker, liked and respected even by people who disagreed with him.
Matthew said the peacemakers would be called the children of God, but Matthew never had to find middle ground between a mule-stubborn mayor and a rampaging federal agency.
Arnel Medor remembers her friend, Tamara Lamour, as a class clown and peacemaker.
Driven by a peacemaker’s passion and righteous urgency, presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy emerges as a red-hot rebel in a Roy Lichtenstein pop art print.
Parson's pastor from his hometown in rural Bolivar, Missouri, opened the service with a prayer that the new leader can be a healing peacemaker.
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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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