Definition of serenity
: the quality or state of being serene
Examples of serenity in a Sentence
the serenity in the aftermath of the tornado was remarkable
his serenity calmed those around him
Recent Examples of serenity from the Web
But Smith and her cinematographer husband Shaheen Seth toggle among the three story lines deftly, and there's both a serenity and a persistent otherworldliness to the vibe Smith conjures.
Yet, despite the bustle associated with Hong Kong, Ho's images reflect stillness and serenity.
So leave the urban congestion behind and head north for serenity and adventure.
His ERA bloated to over 7.00, Hayes said he was enveloped by serenity that night.
And when it's revealed that El Gringo hasn’t been entirely honest, the resulting clash gives way not to lasting rancor but to a new sense of serenity and resilience, painted across Garcia's face in the loveliest of smiles.
That mysticism and serenity — and just giving ourselves permission to sit and appreciate the moment without overthinking it — was like pressing reset on our trip.
Serenity Beach, just north of town is only a 15-minute taxi ride away and frequented by picnicking Pondicherien families.
For one, solving a crossword can be a path to serenity in a world of uncertainty.
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First Known Use of serenity
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Definition of serenity for Students
: the quality or state of being calm and peaceful
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