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placidity

[ pluh-sid-i-tee ]
/ pləˈsɪd ɪ ti /
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noun
a calm or peaceful quality; tranquillity; serenity: John Denver sang about the placidity of the Colorado wilderness.
lack of interest or proper concern, energy, or action; complacency or apathy:In a society that mistakes placidity for gentleness, I think we need spaces to explore, develop, and harness righteous anger.
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Also plac·id·ness [plas-id-nis] /ˈplæs ɪd nɪs/ .

OTHER WORDS FROM placidity

un·plac·id·ness, noun
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