- quality or state of being tranquil; calmness; peacefulness; quiet; serenity.
- But relative to centuries past, America is a marvel of domestic tranquility.
- But the illusions of peace and tranquility soon crumble around them like a patch of freshly laid snow.
- The waiting room is ill-kempt, but inside its institutional blue and white walls, there is a surprising sense of tranquility.
- “It gives me tranquility,” said Batya Katzir, another Ashdod resident.
- So it was something that would symbolize some tranquility, peace—anything that would give it a good energy.
- In your last letter you ask whether your remaining at Bath is necessary to my tranquility.
- The public tranquility had not been disturbed, when armed peasants introduced themselves.
- Who was this mysterious correspondent that dared to disturb the tranquility of his retreat?
- He did so with the greatest tranquility, as if the objection was the most insignificant affair in the world.
- I am obliged to write in haste, and very imperfectly, a work which requires the leisure and tranquility I do not enjoy.