at peace with
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Prepositional phrase Edit
- (idiomatic) Not disturbed or upset by.
- 1904, B. M. Bower, “The Spirit of the Range”, in The Lonesome Trail and Other Stories:
- He lay down, cuddled the blankets up to his ears, closed his eyes and composed himself to sleep, at peace with his conscience and the world.
- (idiomatic) Not menacing or hostile toward.