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tranquil

tran·quil

tranquil

 
pronunciation:
traeng kwl
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part of speech: adjective
definition: free from turmoil, disruption, noise, or agitation; calm, steady, or peaceful.
In tranquil times before the war, this burned-out building had been a theater.She longed to get away to a tranquil place where she could forget about her hectic schedule and daily vexations at work.
 
synonyms:
calm, composed, halcyon, peaceful, placid, quiet, restful, sedate, serene
antonyms:
agitated, stormy, tumultuous
similar words:
bland, even, mellow, pacific, self-possessed, smooth, steady, still, unperturbed, unruffled
derivations: tranquilly (adv.), tranquilness (n.)
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