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without violence

adjective as in nonviolent

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The transfer took place quickly without incident, peacefully and without violence.

It needs to be brought about through a process in which all Egyptians can participate, and without violence.

To get from here to there—if there is a country, and ultimately perhaps a world without violence—we have to transform our culture.

Strauss-Kahn, they say, admitted only to trying to kiss a woman, without violence.

Well, of course, no one asked him how he thought the blockade would be broken without violence.

Mark Twain had his own ideas as to how far a joke might be carried without violence, and this was a good way beyond the limits.

Thus were the popular superstitions overthrown in Switzerland, and sometimes not without violence.

Then went the rest to the gentlemen's chambers, and without violence done to any man, put more than fifty persons to the gate.

They consider non-co-operation without violence to be the only thing open to them in the war of direct action.

Without further argument, and without violence, Grôm reached out a long arm, and found the bow in his grasp.

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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to without violence, such as: pacifist, passive, irenic, nonbelligerent, peaceable, and quiet.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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