Definition of Tranquility

1. Noun. A disposition free from stress or emotion.

Exact synonyms: Placidity, Quiet, Repose, Serenity, Tranquillity
Generic synonyms: Calm, Calmness, Composure, Equanimity
Specialized synonyms: Ataraxia
Derivative terms: Placid, Quiet



2. Noun. An untroubled state; free from disturbances.
Exact synonyms: Quiet, Tranquillity
Generic synonyms: Order
Derivative terms: Tranquil

3. Noun. A state of peace and quiet.
Exact synonyms: Quietness, Quietude, Tranquillity
Generic synonyms: Calmness
Specialized synonyms: Ataraxis, Heartsease, Peace, Peace Of Mind, Peacefulness, Repose, Serenity, Easiness, Relaxation
Derivative terms: Quiet, Quiet, Tranquil, Tranquil

Definition of Tranquility

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of tranquillity) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tranquility

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Literary usage of Tranquility

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1. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1831)
"... the vestiges of the Gothic invasion were almost obliterated ; and the city appeared to resume its former splendour and tranquility. ..."

2. Landmark Visitors Guide Cornwall: & the Isles of Scilly by Rita Tregellas Pope (2006)
"'ISLES OF tranquility' The first sight of the islands seems to contradict the various names given to them over the centuries - Isles of the Blest, ..."

3. Dr. Chase's Family Physician, Farrier, Bee-keeper, and Second Receipt Book by Alvin Wood Chase (1874)
"... and especially that great eliminator—the skin—and thus promote digestion and assimilation, and give nervous tranquility and a sort of equipoise, ..."

4. Pennsylvania Archives by Pennsylvania Dept. of public instruction, Pennsylvania State library, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania State Library (1891)
"Namely "that the most "effectual method of producing tranquility to that province "would be a Voluntary and open surrender of that Deed of 'sale, ..."

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