Peace is something that most human beings on this planet want! We all work and strive for it. Some think it is an unreachable goal. Everyone has a different idea of what peace is. What is your idea of peace? You can use the following phrases and vocabulary related to peace in addition to your own vocabulary.
Phrases and Vocabulary Related to Peace
|truth||noun||The real facts about something: the things that are true.|
|trust||noun||The belief that someone or something is reliable, good, honest, effective, etc.|
|acceptance||noun||The act of accepting something or someone. Accept: to regard someone as belonging to a group or to think of something as true, proper, or normal.|
|forgiveness||noun||The act of forgiving someone or something. Forgive: to stop feeling anger toward someone who has done something wrong: to stop blaming someone.|
|education||noun||The action or process of teaching someone especially in a school, college, or university.|
|unity||noun||The state of being in full agreement: harmony.|
|alliance||noun||A union between people, groups, countries, etc. : a relationship in which people agree to work together.|
|dove||noun||1: A small wild bird that is related to pigeons.
Doves are often used as a symbol of peace.
2: a person who does not want war and does want peace.
The President sided with the doves and worked to avoid war.
|olive branch||noun||Something that is said or done to make peace or to show that you want peace: a symbol of peace.
The winner extended/offered an olive branch to his opponent by calling him a great player.
|tolerance||noun||willingness to accept feelings, habits, or beliefs that are different from your own.|
|harmony||noun||When people are in harmony or in harmony with each other, they live together in a peaceful and friendly way.
She lives in harmony with her neighbors.
|unite||verb||To join together to do or achieve something.|
|Not fighting a war. We are at peace with our enemies.|
|truce||noun||An agreement between enemies or opponents to stop fighting, arguing, etc., for a certain period of time.|
|come in peace||phrase||To arrive somewhere with friendly intentions. Their rival came in peace.|
|amity||noun||A feeling of friendship: friendly relations between nations or groups An era of international amity.|
|serenity||noun||A feeling of peace and calm. Serene: (adjective) calm and peaceful.|
|amiable||adjective||Friendly and pleasant. Everyone knew him as an amiable fellow.
She had an amiable conversation with her friend.
|friendship||noun||The state of being friends: the relationship between friends.|
|amicable||adjective||Showing a polite and friendly desire to avoid disagreement and argument.
The discussions were amicable. They reached an amicable agreement.
|reconciliation||noun||The act of causing two people or groups to become friendly again after an argument or disagreement.|
|noun||A kind, helpful, or friendly feeling or attitude.
She has/feels goodwill toward all her coworkers.
They allowed him to keep the extra money as a gesture of goodwill.
People of goodwill.