Origin of pacifist
Examples from the Web for pacifist
And the ones protesting the loudest may be the war-mongering men forced into pacifist celibacy.Japanese Women Tell Their Men They Have to Choose Between Love and War
Jake Adelstein, Angela Erika Kubo
May 14, 2014
He had a weakness for fine clothes and good-looking women, and he certainly was no pacifist.Mandela: The Miracle Maker
December 5, 2013
A veteran hawk, Prime Minister Abe wants to strengthen Japan, even review its pacifist constitution.Japan’s Anti-Nuclear Activists Losing Ground Since Fukushima Disaster
March 18, 2013
In their decision they wrote that there was some chance I was a pacifist after all.My Story As a Pacifist in Israel
August 16, 2012
Though a pacifist and Liberal party mayoral candidate, he was smeared as a “medic to guerrillas.”Hector Abad On “Oblivion: A Memoir,” a Memorial to His Murdered Father
April 27, 2012
There is no place for the pacifist in the minds of these apologists of the heroic order.The Psychology of Nations
No statement of this kind is unbiased, for the pacifist has his own bias.The Better Germany in War Time
Every human being with common sense was a pacifist when the war started.
A man can be a pacifist all right until his head has been punched.
We have no knowledge of pacifist utterances of representative Germans of any time.Gems (?) of German Thought
- a person who supports pacifism
- a person who refuses military service
- advocating, relating to, or characterized by pacifism
Word Origin and History for pacifist
1903, from French pacifiste (see pacifism). Related: Pacifistic (1902).