View definitions for tranquilly


adverb as in calmly

adverb as in peacefully

Strongest match

Weak matches

Discover More

Example Sentences

That moment captures the essential tranquil stasis of winter.

Although titled “Paradise in Peril,” Nina Muys’s triptych of a blue heron amid flowers offers a more tranquil vision.

Built in 2015, it feels more like a tranquil jungle lodge than medical offices, but with 20 beds for overnight stays and facilities for childbirth and minor surgeries, it’s the closest thing to a hospital in Sukadana.

Put into music, telescope observations of the center of the Milky Way create a tranquil tune, glittering with xylophone and piano notes.

Further along the sofa, and tranquilly silent, sat Amy Li, whose Chinatown gallery is housing Net Band Command.

Instead of the agitation I had feared, I found myself able to paint there tranquilly.

His life had been the strangest contrast to the calm countenance which I saw so tranquilly listen to its own tale.

Its market is but fortnightly, and for thirteen days out of every fourteen the town dozes tranquilly.

I looked to the priming of my pistols, and embarked very tranquilly on the evening of the 12th of July.

Had they been less sure that Garnache was drowned, maybe they had slumbered less tranquilly that night at Condillac.

She had better have waited tranquilly, but this would not suit her impatience, and she ran up to Margaret's room.


On this page you'll find 66 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tranquilly, such as: coolly, easily, peacefully, serenely, smoothly, and sedately.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.