make peace

[ meyk-pees ]SEE DEFINITION OF make peace

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"I have come to see you, either to make peace or declare war," he continued.

For the best of reasons—because—because I want to make peace with my wife.

Let him take hold of My strength, that he may make peace with Me.

She who had got up with so great a desire to make peace at once!

Not about any particular art, but about politics—when to fight and when to make peace.

Then the Chaldaeans came back, begging Cyrus to make peace with them.

It has been shown to me how with this money I could make peace with—with Him.

And who better than the Lamas could make peace between God and him?

A skål for love and knowledge, which alone can make peace a blessing!

On his way home, the elder tried to make peace with himself.

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