Adjective "Tranquil" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈtraŋkwɪl/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Free from disturbance; calm.
  1. 'the sea was tranquil'
  2. 'Nights at the marina were tranquil and there were some spiders resting in their webs under the starry sky.'
  3. 'Great minds such as ours must be serene and tranquil in order to remain above the fray.'
  4. 'I would turn in my bed and, facing the barren wall, see clearly that far world as tranquil and still.'
  5. 'Trees have been planted around the theatre to keep it cool, tranquil and beautiful.'
  6. 'I strolled through the financial district, amazed by how tranquil, clean, and pleasant it all was.'
  7. 'Try to present a tranquil and composed appearance to your team as they will benefit from your good vibes.'
  8. 'Travelling on it is leisurely, not intruded on by fumes or traffic jams; in short, a tranquil delight.'
  9. 'On the other hand the sea has an amazingly calming and tranquil effect when the waters are calm.'
  10. 'Its rooms are clustered around tranquil pools and set in acres of tropical gardens.'
  11. 'In the distance, at the top of the picture, tranquil blues and greys stretch away to Paradise or the Pacific.'

Definitions

1. free from commotion or tumult; peaceful; quiet; calm: a tranquil country place.

2. free from or unaffected by disturbing emotions; unagitated; serene; placid: a tranquil life.

More examples(as adjective)

"relations can be tranquil in periods."

"relations can be tranquil as challengers."

"people can be tranquil in poems."

"lives can be tranquil in people."

"lives can be tranquil in cities."

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Origin

Late Middle English: from French tranquille or Latin tranquillus.