tranquil[ trang-kwil ]SEE DEFINITION OF tranquil
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He said that "Europe can be tranquil only when France is satisfied."
Meanwhile, the 3rd Brigade had passed a tranquil night at Nawagai.
"The housekeeping is enough," she answered, with her tranquil smile.
And peace of mind, deep, tranquil peace of mind, was in Tom's heart.
There ought to have been a tranquil bark in such an anchorage, and there was.
He lived happy, tranquil, in a state of moral well-being most complete.
Sorrow and consternation were every where visible, but all was tranquil and quiet.
My heart was beating violently, but my thoughts were tranquil, my head cool.
"Oh, Silvine will come back all right," he concluded in his tranquil voice.
They drew him forward, and Sambuc went about his task in a tranquil, decent manner.
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