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serenity

[ suh-ren-i-tee ]
/ səˈrɛn ɪ ti /
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noun, plural se·ren·i·ties for 2.
the state or quality of being serene, calm, or tranquil; sereneness.
(usually initial capital letter) a title of honor, respect, or reverence, used in speaking of or to certain members of royalty (usually preceded by his, your, etc.).
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Origin of serenity

1400–50; late Middle English serenite<Latin serēnitās.See serene, -ity

OTHER WORDS FROM serenity

o·ver·se·ren·i·ty, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for serenity

serenity
/ (sɪˈrɛnɪtɪ) /

noun plural -ties
the state or quality of being serene
(often capital) a title of honour used of certain royal personages: preceded by his, her, etc
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