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dovish in Policies topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdovishdov‧ish /ˈdʌvɪʃ/ adjective  PPPpreferring peace and discussion to war opp hawkish
Examples from the Corpus
dovishThe election pitted the pro-detente Nixon against the even more dovish George McGovern.Since becoming president in 1993 he has encouraged dovish leaders to move on the path to peace.The picture of a dovish president pulled in opposite directions by thugs on both right and left is not entirely accurate.