[ UK /sɛɹˈɛnɪti/ ]
[ US /sɝˈɛnəti/ ]
  1. the absence of mental stress or anxiety
  2. a disposition free from stress or emotion
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How To Use serenity In A Sentence

  • I have found among my old papers a kind of congratulation and exhortation which I made to myself on dying at an age when I had the courage to meet death with serenity, without having experienced any great evils, either of body or mind. The Confessions of J J Rousseau
  • Everything I have suffered seems almost necessary, because I am overcome with an unutterable serenity.
  • On the other hand … happiness, contentedness and serenity fill me with the desire t0 love life and live it to the max … this is best achieved in the real world with real people … and writing about that seems dull by comparison. The pages are still blank « Write Anything
  • Drawing on Asian traditions that date back centuries, its spa retreats blend romance and serenity with exotic sensuality.
  • The degree of serenity that she brought to a day fraught with nerves made a profound impact. Times, Sunday Times
  • While Mary successfully projected queenly serenity, her place in political theory was another matter.
  • Mary lived a fine long life in the peace and serenity of her native village.
  • By contrast, the members of Tinariwen radiate a kind of beatific serenity. The Guardian World News
  • Moments of calm and serenity are interspersed with bursts of extreme violence which increase in frequency as a robbery gone wrong takes its toll. The Sun
  • He was an inspiration to his colleagues and radiated peace, calm and serenity.
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