[ meyk-pees ]
/ ˈmeɪkˌpis /
“Make Peace” With vs. “Come To Terms With”Making peace with something means you “become resolved or reconciled.” Coming to terms with something means you “accept or become resigned” to it.
Origin of make-peace
First recorded in 1510–20; noun use of verb phrase make peace
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Examples from the Web for make-peace
"This is a make-peace fashion of thine," said the beldam, relaxing into a smile.Rob of the Bowl, Vol. I (of 2)|John P. Kennedy