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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishserenese‧rene /səˈriːn/ adjective  CALMvery calm or peaceful The child’s face was serene and beautiful. a serene mountain lakeserenely adverbserenity /səˈrenəti/ noun [uncountable]
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sereneHer pale, plump face was serene.It was, for the first time since he had been looking at it, serene.But there was no condescension in his expression, and no judgment; just serene concern.The young woman he saw was neither a giggling schoolgirl, a serene debutante, nor a smiling fiancee.But, in political and human terms, he clearly represents everything Ayckbourn most dislikes: a serene detachment and emotionless cool.She had a small serene face, like on a cameo.A kind, serene girl called June told her the reason.The lounge was long, and wide, L-shaped, the luxurious furnishings reflecting the cool, serene hues of the sea.Jan looked out over a serene landscape of gentle hills.In her serene room, I have slowly come to feel safe.
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