Examples of truce in a Sentence
There's been an uneasy truce between her and her parents for the past several months.
both sides agreed to a 24-hour truce beginning at midnight on Christmas Eve
Recent Examples of truce from the Web
And Cersei, inevitably, sets her own trap: forging a false truce with Daenerys, but secretly plotting to hire the Golden Company and retake the south of Westeros while Daenerys and her dragons are busy with the White Walkers.
Cersei, having seen death in the jaws of a snapping zombie, agrees to a truce on one condition: The King in the North not ally with Daenerys.
Not to mention the idea of a truce is nothing but amusing to her.
The Broward County School Board has called a truce in its war with Pembroke Pines over funding for the city’s charter schools.
The truce has held so far but, like past deals, may quickly fall apart without a way to enforce it.
Russia Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Russian military police would monitor the new truce.
If the ongoing channel war between QVC and the Home Shopping Network is a constant source of angst in your holiday household, a truce of sorts is coming around the bend.
Under a flag of truce, Key was sent to seek the release of the good doctor.
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Definition of truce for English Language Learners
: an agreement between enemies or opponents to stop fighting, arguing, etc., for a certain period of time
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