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armistice
used in The Great Gatsby

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Definition
an agreement to temporarily stop fighting a war — typically to discuss terms of peace
  • After the Armistice he tried frantically to get home, but some complication or misunderstanding sent him to Oxford instead.
    p. 150.9
armistice = agreement to stop fighting a war
  • She had a debut after the Armistice, and in February she was presumably engaged to a man from New Orleans.
    p. 75.8
  • armistice = agreement to stop fighting a war
  • "It was an opportunity they gave to some of the officers after the Armistice," he continued.
    p. 129.5
armistice = agreement to stop fighting a war
There are no more uses of "armistice" in The Great Gatsby.

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