un·​peaceful | \ "+\

Definition of unpeaceful

: not peaceful : inharmonious, agitated, turbulent

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unpeacefully \ "+ \ adverb

First Known Use of unpeaceful

circa 1531, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of unpeaceful was circa 1531

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