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
Seafoam green ombre walls and lotus flower lighting bring serenity to the space.
By counting the seconds of your inhale and exhale, your mind refocuses away from a stressor like work, or traffic, to the simplicity and serenity of your breathing.
The retreat (small groups or singles only) is deeply personal, exquisitely nourishing, and the perfect blend of strenuousness and serenity.
Grace’s presence gave Hawaii Five-0 a beauty and serenity to each episode.
A long-limbed former actor and recovering addict, Beisner carries himself with the serenity of someone used to sitting cross-legged for very long periods of contemplation.
But Pence so far has accepted the rigors and challenges of his job with a serenity that some friends and aides attribute to his Christian faith.
Overland Park drum instructor and drum circle facilitator Cathy Burchett is bringing her drum circle group from Johnson County for an open drum circle event sponsored by Serenity on the Square in Liberty.
Serenity plans on spending a lot of time at the David F. Schulz Aquatic Center in Lincoln Park.
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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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