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noun as in person who settles problem

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Later, it was Coe who would be the peacemaker when Smith, feuding with Kimberly, threatened to quit.

Thompson recalled her as a patient person and a “calm presence” who often played a peacemaker role between father and daughter.

Georgie is sensitive and artistic, a natural peacemaker who can be upset by unresolved tension.

I really wish we would nominate them for the Nobel Peace Prize, because they are a unique force of peacemakers in the word.

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The Middle East of today is a very different place than it was for previous peacemakers.

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A peacemaker is also exactly how Police Commissioner William Bratton sees himself.

I think a lot of people are surprised by the portrayal of Rahm both as the quiet kid and the peacemaker of the family.

Because Lapid is more interested in being a prom king than a peacemaker: He wants, above all, to stay popular.

They remember “RN,” as they call him, as a statesman, a hero, a peacemaker.

Many observers doubt that Obama will venture a new gamble as Mideast peacemaker.

This general satisfaction which had attended his promotion qualified him the more for a peacemaker in the Church.

"Mother only told Annie and me this afternoon," said the general peacemaker.

And why was each desirous of showing his manhood in combat before an eminent peacemaker?

Mrs. Redmond often had to act as peacemaker, and Fritz always took her reproofs good-naturedly.

When he returned to Rome he endeavoured, but in vain, to act as peacemaker between Henry and the Saxons.


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to peacemaker, such as: arbitrator, conciliator, diplomat, mediator, negotiator, and pacifist.

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