sedateness[ si-deyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF sedateness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SEDATENESS
Let us then, my Imogen, compose ourselves to the sedateness of despair.
Their simplicity, fervor, and sedateness had won his regard.
Despite her sedateness she had unmistakably the air of waiting at a tryst.
She again noticed my sedateness, and inquired into the cause.
She felt too young for the sedateness into which her life was settling.
What civility, and deference, and sedateness of mind, Silas!
She brought the coffee and the bacon with a sedateness that propriety itself could scarce have surpassed.
She was sedate when sedateness seemed necessary, but her usual attitude was one of conciliatory disinterestedness.
All the playfulness and sprightliness she had hitherto displayed was now changed to gravity and sedateness.
I could have endorsed Clovelly's estimate of her so far as her reserve and sedateness were concerned.