Synonyms of peace
1 truceDictionary • They hope the treaty will bring peace to Southeast Asia.
truce • The fighting has given way to an uneasy truce.
armistice • Finally, they signed an armistice with their longstanding enemy.
cessation of hostilities
, armed conflict
2 stillness • All I want is a bit of peace and quiet.
rest • a remote part of the valley for those seeking rest and relaxation
quiet • He wants some peace and quiet.
silence • They stood in silence.
calm • the rural calm of Grand Rapids, Michigan
hush • A hush fell over the crowd.
tranquillity • The hotel is a haven of peace and tranquillity.
repose • The atmosphere is one of repose.
3 serenityDictionary • People always felt a sense of peace in her company.
serenity • a wonderful feeling of peace and serenity
calm • He felt a sudden sense of calm and contentment.
composure • Stopping briefly to regain her composure, she described her ordeal.
contentment • I cannot describe the feeling of contentment that was with me at that time.
repose • She has a great deal of natural repose.
equanimity • He faced his defeat with equanimity.
4 harmonyDictionary • a period of relative peace in the country's industrial relations
harmony • a future in which humans live in harmony with nature
accord • I found myself in total accord.
agreement • The talks ended in acrimony rather than agreement.
concord • A climate of concord and tolerance prevails among the Muslim and Christian Egyptian citizens.
amity (formal) • Over the past two decades the countries have lived in amity.
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• I found myself in total accord.
• The talks ended in acrimony rather than agreement.
amity (formal)Amity is peaceful, friendly relations between people or countries.
• Over the past two decades the countries have lived in amity.
Thesaurus for peace from the Collins English Thesaurus
the state existing during the absence of war
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