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Sentence count:28Posted:2017-02-09Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: pacifyspecificspecifiedunspecifiedspecificallycapacityrapaciouscapaciousMeaning: ['pæsɪfɪzm]  n. 1. the doctrine that all violence in unjustifiable 2. the belief that all international disputes can be settled by arbitration. 
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1. He will steer a middle course between pacifism and revolution.
2. He didn't hide his pacifism.
3. She was converted to pacifism by the Quaker Hilda Clark, while at university during the Boer war.
4. His pacifism, like his social philosophy, was a slow growth.
5. But he believed that pacifism could expect support from all the major vested interests in a modern capitalist society.
6. We discussed my pacifism, and on one occasion I denied my convictions, just to be on his side.
7. That said, Germany is reluctantly shedding its merchant pacifism.
8. Convert pagans to christianity; was converted to pacifism by the war.
9. One had only to mention the subject pacifism in the Colonel's presence, and he saw red.
10. However, Gandhi's pacifism can be separated to some extent from his other teachings.
11. They argue pacifism as an ideology is often too naive regardless of the reality.
12. Pacifism , while a nice philosophy, doesn't make for the most dramatic action flick.
13. It also declared its Pacifism Principle, including forever abandoning of wars, demilitarization and unacknowledgement of belligerent rights.
14. Many Tibetan and Burmese activists believe pacifism does not work.
15. Thus was Japan's pacifism born from the savagery of war.
16. They objected to materials that expose children to feminism, witchcraft, pacifism, vegetarianism, and situational ethics.
17. It was not primarily from the left that the groundswell of absolute pacifism emerged in the later 1930s.
18. They are believed to have been non-violent[], adhering scrupulously to an other-worldly pacifism.
19. However, this was not due to any genuine belief in pacifism.
20. This generation had come of age working on practical issues of feminism, pacifism, civil rights, and environmentalism.
21. It was not easy to steer a course between absolute pacifism and revolutionary violence.
22. Such overt aggression turned the Labour Party away from pacifism and towards the acceptance of a degree of force to implement collective security.
23. Mr K ? hler seemed to be offering an economic justification, an affront to their instinctive pacifism.
24. Nationalism, in the extended sense in which I am using the word, includes such movements and tendencies as Communism, political Catholicism, Zionism, Antisemitism, Trotskyism and Pacifism.
25. It bases its value orientation on pursuing peace, and worships pacifism.
26. The Society of Friends (commonly called Quakers ) was founded on the principles of simple living and pacifism.
27. Society of Friends ( commonly called Quakers ) was founded on the principles of simple living and pacifism.
28. During the 1960s, American poet Robert Lowell, having embraced pacifism, refused to serve his country in Vietnam. For this refusal, he was sentenced to five months in prison.
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