Definition of tranquil in English:

tranquil

Line breaks: tran|quil
Pronunciation: /ˈtraŋkwɪl
 
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adjective

Derivatives

tranquilly

adverb
More example sentences
  • The two-storey white house, built in the early 20s, sits tranquilly in the centre of the compound.
  • My black face looks tranquilly towards heaven with happy memories and grateful prayers from you.
  • She tranquilly said, ‘I'm leaving in two days.’

Origin

late Middle English: from French tranquille or Latin tranquillus.

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