Definitions and Examples of peaceful, nonviolent
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Free from disturbance; tranquil; not involving violence or war.
The park was so peaceful that it felt like an oasis in the middle of the bustling city.
Not using physical force or aggression to achieve a goal; peaceful.
The protesters marched in a nonviolent manner, holding signs and chanting slogans.
Key Differences: peaceful vs nonviolent
- 1Peaceful describes a state of calmness and tranquility, while nonviolent describes a behavior that does not involve physical force or aggression.
- 2Peaceful can be used to describe a place, situation, or person, while nonviolent is mostly used to describe a behavior or action.
Effective Usage of peaceful, nonviolent
- 1Conflict Resolution: Use peaceful and nonviolent to promote peaceful solutions to conflicts.
- 2Describing Places: Use peaceful to describe calm and tranquil places.
- 3Advocating for Peace: Use nonviolent to advocate for peaceful and non-aggressive behaviors in social and political contexts.
The antonyms of fighting are peaceful and nonviolent. Use peaceful to describe calm and tranquil places, situations, or people. Use nonviolent to advocate for peaceful and non-aggressive behaviors in social and political contexts or to describe actions that do not involve physical force or aggression.