What is another word for war to end all wars?

Pronunciation: [wˈɔː tʊ ˈɛnd ˈɔːl wˈɔːz] (IPA)

The phrase "war to end all wars" was famously used to describe World War I, which unfortunately did not live up to its promise. However, there are several synonyms and phrases that have been used to describe a similar idea. "Final conflict," "ultimate battle," and "endgame war" all imply a decisive and conclusive end to warfare. "Peaceful resolution," "diplomatic settlement," and "negotiated cessation of hostilities" suggest a peaceful resolution to conflict. "Global truce," "universal ceasefire," and "worldwide armistice" convey the idea of a temporary or permanent end to armed conflict on a global scale. Regardless of the language used, the hope for an end to war remains a universal dream.

Synonyms for War to end all wars:

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What are the hypernyms for War to end all wars?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

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