Even at night our mistress is restless—Oh, these unpeaceful persons!
This unpeaceful and factional condition was not confined to Bologna, but spread throughout the Papal States.
I am all unhopeful, all unpeaceful, all a desperate Languor and a tragic Futileness: I am an unspeakably untoward thing.
He made a strange thing of her life—a restless, unpeaceful, interesting, and unhappy thing.
early 14c., "inclined to peace, friendly, pacific," from peace + -ful. Meaning "tranquil, calm, full of peace" is from mid-14c. In reference to nonviolent methods of effecting social change, it is attested from 1876. Related: Peacefully; peacefulness. Peaceful coexistence (1920) originally was in regard to Soviet policy toward the capitalist West.