[pees] noun, interjection, verb,peaced, peac⋅ing.–noun
||the normal, nonwarring condition of a nation, group of nations, or the world.
||(often initial capital letter) an agreement or treaty between warring or antagonistic nations, groups, etc., to end hostilities and abstain from further fighting or antagonism:the Peace of Ryswick.
||a state of mutual harmony between people or groups, esp. in personal relations: Try to live in peace with your neighbors.
||the normal freedom from civil commotion and violence of a community; public order and security: He was arrested for being drunk and disturbing the peace.
||cessation of or freedom from any strife or dissension.
||freedom of the mind from annoyance, distraction, anxiety, an obsession, etc.; tranquillity; serenity.
||a state of tranquillity or serenity: May he rest in peace.
||a state or condition conducive to, proceeding from, or characterized by tranquillity: the peace of a mountain resort.
||silence; stillness: The cawing of a crow broke the afternoon’s peace.
||(initial capital letter, italics) a comedy (421 b.c.) by Aristophanes.