So it was something that would symbolize some tranquility, peace—anything that would give it a good energy.
Martha hoped that “from this moment [they] would grow old together, in solitude and tranquility.”
Rapture was self-transcending, which led to quiescence, tranquility, and catharsis.
We ate in his Sukka, surrounded by a tranquility and quiet that I, in my busy life, rarely experience.
“It gives me tranquility,” said Batya Katzir, another Ashdod resident.
More than three-fourths of the day had passed in tranquility, as smiling as the preceding one.
He did belong to somebody, after all; and Stineli's words had restored his tranquility.
Exotic trees and plants comprise a 20 acre tropical oasis of tranquility.
When he spoke all was tranquility of attention, and every mouth was open to applaud.
The intense activity within us does not subside into tranquility.
also tranquillity, late 14c., from Old French tranquilite (12c.), from Latin tranquillitatem (nominative tranquillitas) "tranquilness," from tranquillus "tranquil," perhaps from trans- "over" (here in its intensive sense of "exceedingly") + a root related to quies "rest" (see quiet (n.)).