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Pronunciation Edit

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Prepositional phrase Edit

at peace with

  1. (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.
  2. (idiomatic) Not menacing or hostile toward.

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