Definition of Peacetimes

1. Noun. (plural of peacetime) ¹



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Definition of Peacetimes

1. peacetime [n] - See also: peacetime

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Peacetimes

peacekeeping mission
peacekeeping operation
peacekeepings
peaceless
peacelessness
peacemakers
peacemaking
peacemakings
peacemonger
peacemongering
peacemongers
peacenik
peaceniks
peaces
peacetime
peacetimes (current term)
peach
peach-leaved willow
peach-wood
peach bell
peach bells
peach blight
peach blossom
peach ice cream
peach kernel oil
peach melba
peach orchard
peach palm
peach palms
peach pit

Literary usage of Peacetimes

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1. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"... which tends to vitiate any plans now laid for peacetimes. The most important part bi his article is devoted to answering semi-official ..."

2. "The Greatest Failure in All History": A Critical Examination of the Actual by John Spargo (1920)
"To aid in the study of the possibility of developing the kinds of labor required by the necessities of peacetimes, such as the methods of using three shifts ..."

3. The Nation and the Schools: A Study in the Application of the Principle of by John Alexander Hull Keith, William Chandler Bagley (1920)
"It should see as clearly the enormous loss of man-power from the same causes during peacetimes, — a loss the more regrettable in that much if not most of it ..."

4. Variabilität und Vererbung am Zentralnervensystem des Menschen und einiger by Hans Driesch, Hal George Evarts, Johann Paul Karplus (1921)
"They bow alike to enemies and friends, a custom of their kind that is unalterable in peacetimes or in war. True to their code, they balanced with long legs ..."

5. Our Army at the Front by Heywood Broun (1918)
"... of astonishing preparedness because immediately before it became the Medical Corps, it had been the Red Cross, and the Red Cross knows no peacetimes. ..."

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