peaceable

Peacemaker vs Peaceable - What's the difference?

peacemaker | peaceable |


As a proper noun peacemaker

is an early type of american revolver, particularly the colt 1873 single action army model.

As an adjective peaceable is

favouring peace rather than conflict; not aggressive, tending to avoid violence (of people, actions etc).

Peaceable vs Still - What's the difference?

peaceable | still | Synonyms |

Peaceable is a synonym of still.


As an adjective peaceable

is favouring peace rather than conflict; not aggressive, tending to avoid violence (of people, actions etc).

As a noun still is

.

Peaceable vs Agreeable - What's the difference?

peaceable | agreeable | Related terms |

Peaceable is a related term of agreeable.


As adjectives the difference between peaceable and agreeable

is that peaceable is favouring peace rather than conflict; not aggressive, tending to avoid violence (of people, actions etc) while agreeable is pleasing, either to the mind or senses; pleasant; grateful.

As a noun agreeable is

something pleasing; anything that is agreeable.

Peaceable vs Contented - What's the difference?

peaceable | contented | Related terms |

Peaceable is a related term of contented.


As adjectives the difference between peaceable and contented

is that peaceable is favouring peace rather than conflict; not aggressive, tending to avoid violence (of people, actions etc) while contented is satisfied.

As a verb contented is

(content).

Friendly vs Peaceable - What's the difference?

friendly | peaceable | Related terms |

Friendly is a related term of peaceable.


As adjectives the difference between friendly and peaceable

is that friendly is generally warm, approachable and easy to relate with in character while peaceable is favouring peace rather than conflict; not aggressive, tending to avoid violence (of people, actions etc).

As an adverb friendly

is in a friendly manner, like a friend.

As a noun friendly

is (sports) a game which is of no consequence in terms of ranking, betting etc.

Halcyon vs Peaceable - What's the difference?

halcyon | peaceable | Related terms |

Halcyon is a related term of peaceable.


As a proper noun halcyon

is .

As an adjective peaceable is

favouring peace rather than conflict; not aggressive, tending to avoid violence (of people, actions etc).

Peaceable vs Meek - What's the difference?

peaceable | meek | Related terms |

Peaceable is a related term of meek.


As adjectives the difference between peaceable and meek

is that peaceable is favouring peace rather than conflict; not aggressive, tending to avoid violence (of people, actions etc) while meek is humble, modest, meager, or self-effacing.

As a verb meek is

(us) (of horses) to.

Peaceable vs Undisturbed - What's the difference?

peaceable | undisturbed | Synonyms |

Peaceable is a synonym of undisturbed.


As adjectives the difference between peaceable and undisturbed

is that peaceable is favouring peace rather than conflict; not aggressive, tending to avoid violence (of people, actions etc) while undisturbed is not disturbed or agitated.

Calm vs Peaceable - What's the difference?

calm | peaceable | Related terms |

Calm is a related term of peaceable.


As adjectives the difference between calm and peaceable

is that calm is (of a person) peaceful, quiet, especially free from anger and anxiety while peaceable is favouring peace rather than conflict; not aggressive, tending to avoid violence (of people, actions etc).

As a noun calm

is (in a person) the state of being calm; peacefulness; absence of worry, anger, fear or other strong negative emotion.

As a verb calm

is to make calm.

Peaceable vs Kindly - What's the difference?

peaceable | kindly | Related terms |

Peaceable is a related term of kindly.


As adjectives the difference between peaceable and kindly

is that peaceable is favouring peace rather than conflict; not aggressive, tending to avoid violence (of people, actions etc) while kindly is having a kind personality.

As an adverb kindly is

in a kind manner, out of kindness.

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