sereneness


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se·rene

 (sə-rēn′)
adj.
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.
Translations
هُدوء، سَكينَه
vyrovnanost
afklarethed
derültség
friîsæld

serene

(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 views were picture perfect, and we couldn't help but stop and try to capture some of the sereneness we felt.
The powerful account of destruction and death (which implicitly raises the question of what might have been if the children had not made it to the shelter on time) and the new hobby of collecting battle souvenirs places in sharp focus the difference between the danger of the frontier and the sereneness of the city.