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1. Content or composed; untroubled: "She remained serene in the face of her accusers" (Peter Matthiesen).
2. Unaffected by disturbance; calm or peaceful: a serene forest. See Synonyms at calm.
3. Unclouded; fair: serene skies and a bright blue sea.
4. often Serene Used as a title and form of address for certain members of royalty: Her Serene Highness; His Serene Highness.

[Middle English, from Latin serēnus, serene, clear.]

se·rene′ly adv.
se·rene′ness n.
هُدوء، سَكينَه


(səˈriːn) adjective
happy and peaceful. a calm and serene person.
seˈrenely adverb
seˈreneness noun
seˈrenity (-ˈre-) noun
References in classic literature ?
This thing that is meant for sereneness, to send up mild white vapors among mild white hairs, not among torn iron-grey locks like mine.
The Lexus ride quality is very good, with only occasional hardness evident considering the short wheelbase and big 19-inch wheels and tyres which produce modest noise to contrast the otherwise sereneness of this sporting coupe.
I used to go there quite frequently for meetings in the 1990s, living in a hotel beside the sea, lapping up its languorous whisperings at night, reveling in its idyllic sereneness.