tranquilly


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tran·quil

 (trăng′kwəl, trăn′-)
adj.
1. Free from commotion or disturbance: a tranquil lake; a tranquil evening.
2. Free from anxiety, tension, or restlessness; composed: a tranquil mind. See Synonyms at calm.
3. Steady; even: a tranquil flame.

[Middle English tranquill, from Latin tranquillus; see kweiə- in Indo-European roots.]

tran′quil·ly adv.
tran′quil·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.tranquilly - without emotional agitationtranquilly - without emotional agitation; "tranquilly she went on with her work"
Translations
بِهُدوء، بِسُكون
klidně
nyugodtan
rólega, kyrrlátlega
sakince

tranquilly

adv say, gazegelassen; rest, sleepruhig

tranquil

(trӕŋkwil) adjective
quiet; peaceful. Life in the country is not always tranquil.
ˈtranquilly adverb
tranˈquillity noun
ˈtranquillizer, ˈtranquilliser noun
a drug especially a pill to calm the nerves or cause sleep. He took a tranquillizer.

tranquillity is spelt with two ls.
References in classic literature ?
I am a little bit on the destroy myself," said the Hen, tranquilly swallowing one of the little reptiles; "and it is not an act of folly to provide oneself with the delicacies of the season.
At that instant the air sprang to flame, a cracking shock of thunder shook the stunned world and Henry Armstrong tranquilly sat up.
said La Fontaine, "is it not written that Epicurus purchased a large garden and lived in it tranquilly with his friends?
replied the doctor, tranquilly, and Joe, leaning over, saw the savage that had clung to the car whirling over and over, with his arms outstretched in the air, and presently dashed to pieces on the ground.
The nature of mine, as I listened to him, I need not attempt to describe; for a minute or two I remained in the same spot, overpowered by wonder of a most agreeable sort indeed; yet it required some consideration to be tranquilly happy.
So that no white sailor seriously contradicted him when he said that if ever Captain Ahab should be tranquilly laid out --which might hardly come to pass, so he muttered --then, whoever should do that last office for the dead, would find a birth-mark on him from crown to sole.
Fogg, bolder than his servant, did not hesitate to approach the pilot, and tranquilly ask him if he knew when a steamer would leave Hong Kong for Yokohama.
As the discomfited officer slowly walked away, he looked up to the flag, and perceived that the cord by which it was elevated to its place, led from the top of the staff, across the lawn, to an open upper window of the mansion, where sat the lady from whom he had just parted, tranquilly engaged in knitting.
However, there is always a cheering influence about the sea; and in my berth that night, rocked by the measured swell of the waves and lulled by the murmur of the distant surf, I soon passed tranquilly out of all consciousness of the dreary experiences of the day and damaging premonitions of the future.
Tranquilly permitting these irregular cursings to evaporate, Stubb then in a plain, business-like, but still half humorous manner, cursed Pip officially; and that done, unofficially gave him much wholesome advice.
At last we reached Balsora, whence I hastened to Bagdad, where my first action was to bestow large sums of money upon the poor, after which I settled down to enjoy tranquilly the riches I had gained with so much toil and pain.
He came from hot plowshares to prospects of clover tranquilly, and it was as if hot plowshares were not.