[ US /tɹæŋˈkwɪɫɪti/ ]
[ UK /tɹænkwˈɪlɪti/ ]
  1. a state of peace and quiet
  2. an untroubled state; free from disturbances
  3. a disposition free from stress or emotion
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How To Use tranquillity In A Sentence

  • The tranquility of Birch's daytime views hardly characterized the disputative climate surrounding the building, then and later.
  • From those two virtues derive the tranquillity, comfort, and content of domesticity.
  • Renowned as a haven of peace and tranquillity, its mystique is increased by its exclusivity, high prices and celebrity clientele.
  • According to this interpretation, the phrase “the nature of the divine and the good” refers simply to a characteristic that is attributed to Pyrrho, and labeled by poetic hyperbole as ˜divine™, in another fragment of Timon, namely his extraordinary tranquillity; the couplet as a whole, then, is saying that tranquillity is the source of an even-tempered life. Picnic
  • The average person doesn't spend even 30 minutes a month in total silence and tranquility.
  • The hotel is a haven of peace and tranquillity.
  • The noise ruptured the tranquility of the afternoon.
  • That troops have been passing over to them all day, and that the triumph of the federalists is so sure, he has little doubt that the following morning will see tranquillity and federalism re-established. Life in Mexico, During a Residence of Two Years in That Country
  • Trickling streams nearby added to the tranquility of this hidden paradise, joining in sweet melody with the bird's songs.
  • Things will never be the same again in a village renowned for its beauty and tranquillity.
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