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Peaceful and peacefulness

peaceful

adjective

calm and quiet

tranquil

adjective

calm, still, and quiet

serene

adjective

calm, or peaceful

calm

adjective

peaceful and not affected by violence, fighting, or excited activity

placid

adjective

peaceful and without a lot of action or movement

still

adjective

quiet and calm, with nothing happening

quiet

adjective

if a place is quiet, it is not very busy

pacific

adjective

peaceful and calm

somnolent

adjective

very quiet and peaceful

non-violent

adjective

using peaceful methods to achieve political change

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a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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