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1710 Mr. Smith, in his Discourse before quoted, though he supposes this kind of divine inspiration to be more "pacate and serene than that which was strictly called prophecy...." u2014 Matthew Henry, quoting a "learned Mr. Smith", "Preface" to Commentary on the Whole Bible.
Origin: From pacatus, perfect passive participle of paco, from pax.
appeased; pacified; tranquil
Origin: [L. pacatus, p. p. of pacare to pacify, fr. pax, pacis, peace. See Pay to requite, Peace.]
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