irenic : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • s  conducive to peace
    irenic without being namby-pamby
    an irenic attitude toward former antagonists

  • It is a rare society that tells exemplary stories of peacemakingexcept, say, for the Gospels of Christ, whose irenic grace may be admired from a distance, without much effect on .
  • Also on hand to help along the cause of church peace unity were such irenic Southern Bishops as John Monroe Moore of Dallas, William Newman Ainsworth of Macon, Arthur James .
  • Both won praise for their irenic moves.
News & Articles

  • New vegan spot replaces the city's one-taco-shop-too-many
    The area around 31st and University in North Park has seem some unusual transformations over the years — an old church added a rock venue (The Irenic), a bank turned into a 7-11, and now there's a vegan restaurant/bakery where an obscure Mexican joint once stood.
    Jan. 15, 2014 - San Diego Reader

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