tranquility

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noun tran·quil·i·ty \ tran-ˈkwi-lə-tē , traŋ- \
variants: or chiefly British tranquillity

Definition of tranquility

:the quality or state of being tranquil
  • the tranquility of the quiet countryside

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First Known Use of tranquility

14th century


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