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tranquillity

noun tran·quil·li·ty \tran-ˈkwi-lə-tē, traŋ-\

Definition of TRANQUILLITY

:  the quality or state of being tranquil <the tranquillity of the quiet countryside>

Variants of TRANQUILLITY

tran·quil·li·ty or tran·quil·i·ty \tran-ˈkwi-lə-tē, traŋ-\

Examples of TRANQUILLITY

  1. <enjoyed the tranquillity of the snow-covered field at dusk>
  2. <a psychotherapist valued for her tranquillity and ability to listen>

First Known Use of TRANQUILLITY

14th century

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