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  • adverb In an unpeaceable manner.


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unpeaceable +‎ -ly


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  • That's especially true if you don't count the day a decade ago when a boxer bolted out of a house along the Albuquerque street named for Nobel Peace Prize winner Martin Luther King Jr. and unpeaceably tried to take off one of her floppy ears.

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  • The character of a very good man in David, who could truly say, though he was a man of war, I am for peace; for living peaceably with all men and unpeaceably with none.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume III (Job to Song of Solomon) 1721


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