Fans are so eager for a serenity sequel that rumors keep returning even at the slightest mention.
I ask him where the hate bubbling beneath the surface comes from—a rage best exhibited by his serenity NOW!
When I met him, on the eve of the first debate, he was dressed in a natty gray suit and was the picture of serenity.
She continued to encourage me, with a serenity and strength that was like nothing I had encountered.
His new book is Nerve: Poise Under Pressure, serenity Under Stress, and the Brave New Science of Fear and Cool.
Yet his nonchalance, his serenity—something about him—irritated her.
Only the fire of love for her and the serenity of infinite peace.
This unusual question apparently had no effect upon her serenity.
In these trying hours, his serenity and trust in God did not forsake him.
Freed from the wrangling and confusion which the presence of the others bred, Flavia regained her serenity as she walked.
1530s, of weather, 1590s, of persons, from Middle French sérénité, from Latin serenitatem (nominative serenitas) "clearness, serenity," from serenus (see serene). Earliest use (mid-15c.) was as a title of honor for kings, probably from the similar use of Latin serenitas, applied to Roman emperors, later popes.