adjective rest·ful \ˈrest-fəl\

: peaceful and quiet in a way that makes you relax

Full Definition of RESTFUL

:  marked by, affording, or suggesting rest and repose <a restful color scheme>
:  being at rest :  quiet
rest·ful·ly \-fə-lē\ adverb
rest·ful·ness noun

Examples of RESTFUL

  1. It's restful by the stream.
  2. <I hope you had a relaxing and restful weekend.>

First Known Use of RESTFUL

14th century


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