Pacifically vs Meekly - What's the difference?

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Pacifically is a related term of meekly.

As adverbs the difference between pacifically and meekly

is that pacifically is in a calm or quiet manner while meekly is in a meek manner; quietly and humbly.




(en adverb)
  • In a calm or quiet manner.
  • In a soothing manner.
  • * 1828 , British and Foreign State Papers (page 962)
  • To arrange and compose pacifically , the differences which may arise between the Federal States; and, should the same not succeed, to point out to the Supreme Chief the measures which should be adopted to re-establish peace and harmony


    * (in a calm manner): calmly, mildly, quietly * (in a soothing manner): soothingly




    (en adverb)
  • In a meek manner; quietly and humbly.
  • * 1673 ,
  • When Faith and Love which parted from thee never
    Had ripen'd thy just soul to dwell with God,
    Meekly thou did'st resign this earthly load
    Of Death, call'd Life; which us from Life doth sever.