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tranquillity (s) (noun), tranquillities (pl)
1. The condition of serenity, calmness, and peacefulness: Mary and Greg found the tranquility of village life more relaxing and comfortable in comparison to their hectic and stressful lives at work in the city.
2. Etymology: from Latin tranquillus, "peace, quiet, calm, still."
A peaceful composure or calmness.
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