peacemaker[ pees-mey-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF peacemaker
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PEACEMAKER
The greatest honor history can bestow is the title of peacemaker.
Why, sir, she has been the peacemaker between us—but we will not talk of that now.
Pomp thinks all the world of her, and she will be the peacemaker, perhaps.
But the Peacemaker said, "No, I must tend the fire, it must be kept burning."
To be a Peacemaker was the highest seat an Indian could take.
But you see the peacemaker must be righteous himself, or he hasn't the oil.
I was certainly qualified to act as peacemaker between her and my family.
At this juncture Polatkin in the rôle of peacemaker created a diversion.
Then, too, she was no longer religious, and had no "call" to act as peacemaker.
The young ladies consented, and "Puss in the corner" proved a peacemaker.