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Definition calm, still, and quiet Origin of the word The word tranquil comes from the Latin word 'tranquillus' meaning 'calm'. Its first recorded use in.

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Dictionary. Definition of tranquility. a disposition free from stress or emotion ... Similar Words: repose, quiet, placidity, serenity, tranquillity, quietness, quietude.

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Tranquil as night. —Anonymous, 1. Tranquil as a star. —Alfred Austin, 2. As tranquil and unmoved as Fate. —Ambrose Bierce, 3. Tranquil like a summer cloud