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peaceable

adjective [not gradable]  /ˈpi·sə·bəl/ us  

peaceable adjective [not gradable] (NO VIOLENCE)

not liking or involving fighting or argument: The group supports peaceable, nonviolent protest.
peaceably
adverb  /ˈpi·sə·bli/ us  
Translations of “peaceable”
in Chinese (Traditional) 和平的, 太平的, 息事寧人的,避免爭吵的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 和平的, 太平的, 息事宁人的,避免争吵的…
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