I began by remarking that she must find London a very complete change after the sun and placidity that she had come from.
Any reference to the "right one" always disturbed her placidity.
She felt a little shocked, but her placidity was too deep-rooted to be altogether destroyed.
In repose the face wore a placidity which was almost that of melancholy.
His countenance, broad and chub-cheeked, had the placidity of a full moon.
Her placidity was exceedingly annoying to this set of girls.
"Just for exercise," she answered dreamily; and her placidity the more exasperated her journalist cousin.
I asked, remaining stubbornly and persistently ox-like in my placidity.
The detective's placidity and his perpetual self-contradictions exasperated M. de Presles.
His usually placid, gentle face had lost some of its placidity.