Serenity synonym

1. serenity

noun. ['sɝˈɛnəti'] a disposition free from stress or emotion.

  • composure
  • quiet
  • equanimity
  • repose
  • placidity
  • ataraxia
  • tranquillity
  • calm
  • tranquility
  • agitation
  • bad weather
  • agitate
  • worry
  • -ity (English)
  • -ité (French)
  • serene (English)
  • serein (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

Words that Rhyme with Serenity

Example sentences of the word serenity

1. Noun, singular or mass
Against a white or wood wall backdrop, these low-contrast colors add to the ethereal appeal and peaceful serenity.

Quotes containing the word serenity

1. There is a kind of serenity in love which is almost a paradise.
- Alain Badiou

2. What I dream of is an art of balance, of purity and serenity devoid of troubling or depressing subject matter - a soothing, calming influence on the mind, rather like a good armchair which provides relaxation from physical fatigue.
- Henri Matisse

3. Good humor is a tonic for mind and body. It is the best antidote for anxiety and depression. It is a business asset. It attracts and keeps friends. It lightens human burdens. It is the direct route to serenity and contentment.
- Grenville Kleiser

2. serenity

noun. ['sɝˈɛnəti'] the absence of mental stress or anxiety.

  • quietness
  • repose
  • heartsease
  • quietude
  • tranquillity
  • peacefulness
  • peace of mind
  • tranquility
  • peace
  • -ity (English)
  • -ité (French)
  • serene (English)
  • serein (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

Synonyms of serenity in English:


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1‘she radiated an air of serenity’


calmness, calm, composure, tranquillity, peacefulness, peace of mind, peace, peaceableness, collectedness, poise, aplomb, self-possession, sangfroid, imperturbability, equanimity, equableness, ease, placidity, placidness

informal togetherness, unflappability

rare ataraxy, ataraxia


anxiety, agitation

2‘the garden is an oasis of serenity amidst the bustling city’


peace, peace and quiet, peacefulness, tranquillity, calm, quiet, quietness, quietude, stillness, restfulness, repose

3‘the serenity of the sky’


cloudlessness, clearness, brightness, sunniness


cloudiness, storminess

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[ suh-ren-i-tee ]

/ səˈrɛn ɪ ti /

noun,pluralse·ren·i·tiesfor 2.

the state or quality of being serene, calm, or tranquil; sereneness.

(usually initial capital letter) a title of honor, respect, or reverence, used in speaking of or to certain members of royalty (usually preceded by his, your, etc.).



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Origin of serenity

1400–50; late Middle English serenite<Latin serēnitās.See serene, -ity



Words nearby serenity

serendipitous, serendipity, serendipity berry, serene, Serengeti, serenity, Sereth, Serevent, serf, serfdom, serge Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2021

Words related to serenity

composure, patience, stillness, calmness, tranquillity, quietness, quietude, peace, placidity, cool

How to use serenity in a sentence

  • The thin step-laden lanes of Sibernik’s old town were packed with pedestrians and tour groups circa 2019, but now those Renaissance streets are transportative, a picture of elegance and serenity.

    This Tourist Hotspot Is Open—and Blissfully Quiet|Lucie Grace|July 14, 2021|The Daily Beast

  • They just want to chill, and Bob Ross, who hosted the program until his death in 1995, is a sure path to serenity.

    Why is watching Bob Ross paint so dang soothing? We decided to investigate.|Sara Chodosh|July 2, 2021|Popular-Science

  • The serenity of this wilderness was striking, and as we scrambled around on rocks near the roaring Tanalian Falls, we felt like we were the only two people in the world.

    Revel in Solitude at Alaska’s Lake Clark National Park|Emily Pennington|June 16, 2021|Outside Online

  • Vacations were scrapped and replaced with byte-sized getaways to war-torn battlefields and post-apocalyptic hellscapes that somehow instilled serenity.

    Covid-19 live updates: CDC director urges teens to get vaccinated|Katerina Ang, Erin Cunningham, Paulina Firozi, Hannah Knowles|June 4, 2021|Washington Post

  • When fixed with a time-stopping gaze, even the world’s largest city can yield moments of serenity.

    In the galleries: Face to face with a world both beautiful and horrific|Mark Jenkins|April 16, 2021|Washington Post

  • She also features a more natural face than the one of docile serenity so often bestowed on the Queen of Heaven.

    The Virgin Mary Lookbook|William O’Connor|December 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • When I met him, on the eve of the first debate, he was dressed in a natty gray suit and was the picture of serenity.

    Behind the Scenes With a ‘Site Agent’: The Secret Service’s Hardest Job|Marc Ambinder|October 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • I ask him where the hate bubbling beneath the surface comes from—a rage best exhibited by his SERENITY NOW!

    Adam Sandler Talks Getting Fired From ‘SNL,’ Bad Reviews, and His Desire to Play a Villain|Marlow Stern|September 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • As the night wore on, I grew reflective amid a cozy serenity, and relaxed into the larger community.

    Spirit Tripping With Colombian Shamans|Chris Allbritton|August 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • When it comes to offsetting the negativity of disgust, does pride really work just as well as serenity?

    Barbara Fredrickson’s Bestselling ‘Positivity’ Is Trashed by a New Study|Will Wilkinson|August 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST

  • But there was no shadow ahead of him this night; there was no somber thing to bend down the high serenity of his happy heart.

    The Bondboy|George W. (George Washington) Ogden

  • Robertson was a veritable Hotspur and upset for a time the serenity of our meetings.

    Fifty Years of Railway Life in England, Scotland and Ireland|Joseph Tatlow

  • The old lady glanced up from her work; her placid face wore a look of unusual serenity.

    The World Before Them|Susanna Moodie

  • It was a knock, said Mr. Giles, assuming perfect serenity; open the door, somebody.

    Oliver Twist, Vol. II (of 3)|Charles Dickens

  • Mrs. Rushmere thought that a good night's rest would restore his mind to its usual serenity.

    The World Before Them|Susanna Moodie

British Dictionary definitions for serenity


the state or quality of being serene

(often capital)a title of honour used of certain royal personages: preceded by his, her, etc

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Synonyms for Serenity:

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[ sɛɹˈɛnɪti], [ sɛɹˈɛnɪti], [ s_ɛ_ɹ_ˈɛ_n_ɪ_t_i]
  • adj.

    Other relevant words: (adjective)
  • n.

    ataraxis (noun)attribute (noun)beatitude (noun)blessedness (noun)calm (noun)calm, peacefulness (noun)composure (noun)
    • cool heads,
    • sang froid,
    • in excitability,
    • selfpossession,
    • self possession,
    • coolheadednesses,
    • in excitabilities,
    • levelheadednesses,
    • in-excitabilities,
    • selfassurance,
    • self control,
    • even tempers,
    • self assurance,
    • presence mind,
    • inexcitabilities,
    • in-excitability.
    concord (noun)content (noun)contentment (noun)ease (noun)
    • in activities,
    • ataraxias,
    • passivities,
    • re-laxation,
    • supinities,
    • re-laxations,
    • restfulnesses,
    • re quiescences,
    • in-activities,
    • bed roses,
    • re quiescence,
    • re laxation,
    • re-quiescences,
    • re laxations,
    • re-quiescence,
    • in activity,
    • requiescences,
    • in-activity.
    equanimity (noun)equilibrium (noun)heartsease (noun)naturalness (noun)Other relevant words: (noun)
    • equilibrium,
    • sufferance,
    • Equability,
    • ease,
    • passivity,
    • nonresistance,
    • equabilities,
    • composure,
    • delicatesse,
    • millennia,
    • nonchalance,
    • longanimity,
    • tranquility,
    • ataraxia,
    • Supinity,
    • unceremoniousness,
    • savoir faire,
    • relaxation,
    • restfulness,
    • nirvana,
    • Ataraxy,
    • satisfaction,
    • rapport,
    • equanimity,
    • levelheadedness,
    • in actions,
    • poise,
    • Inexcitability,
    • selfcontrol,
    • leisure,
    • unrestraint,
    • quiet,
    • concord,
    • cool head,
    • in action,
    • calm,
    • comity,
    • law and order,
    • goodwill,
    • high spirits,
    • coolheadedness,
    • untroubledness,
    • Comities,
    • peace of mind,
    • soothingness,
    • naturalness,
    • clear conscience,
    • quiet mind,
    • patience,
    • toleration,
    • requiescence,
    • quietness,
    • Non-resistance,
    • contentment,
    • millennium,
    • tranquillity,
    • even temper.
    patience (noun)
    • long suffering,
    • nonresistances,
    • longsuffering,
    • sufferances,
    • sub-mission,
    • long sufferings,
    • longanimities,
    • non-resistances,
    • longsufferings,
    • sub-missions,
    • sub missions,
    • long-sufferings,
    • sub mission,
    • yieldings,
    • non resistances,
    • non resistance.
    peace (noun)
    • amity,
    • accord,
    • armistice,
    • neutrality,
    • nonaggression,
    • friendliness,
    • placidness,
    • cease-fire,
    • orderliness,
    • truce.
    peace of mind (noun)poise (noun)quiet (noun)satisfaction (noun)stillness (noun)tranquility (noun)unceremoniousness (noun)unexcitability (noun)
    • detachment,
    • numbness,
    • apathy,
    • cold-bloodedness,
    • composedness,
    • impassiveness,
    • staidness,
    • passionlessness,
    • reservation,
    • easygoingness,
    • aloofness,
    • self-composedness,
    • dispassion.
    unrestraint (noun)untroubledness (noun)
  • v.

    Other relevant words: (verb)
  • Other synonyms:

    calmness Other relevant words:
    • placidity,
    • repose,
    • second wind,
    • order,
    • blandness,
    • cool-headedness,
    • mildness,
    • imperturbability,
    • stillness,
    • coolness,
    • quiescence,
    • balance,
    • sobriety,
    • phlegm,
    • aplomb,
    • rest,
    • immovability,
    • Sereneness,
    • evenness,
    • countenance.
    Other relevant words (noun):
    • easy,
    • cheerfulness,
    • inertness,
    • impartiality,
    • sedateness,
    • downy,
    • laziness,
    • moderationism,
    • somnolence,
    • remnant,
    • rather,
    • assurance,
    • dreamy,
    • immobility,
    • Imperturbation,
    • idleness,
    • discipline,
    • reserve,
    • tolerance,
    • completely,
    • even,
    • steadiness,
    • peaceful,
    • wild pansy,
    • soundlessness,
    • prudence,
    • somewhat,
    • quiescency,
    • peaceableness,
    • inoffensive,
    • alternatively,
    • field pansy,
    • fortitude,
    • abnegation,
    • self-control,
    • conservatism,
    • indolence,
    • moderateness,
    • golden mean,
    • easygoing,
    • enough,
    • clearness,
    • lifelessness,
    • lull,
    • pacification,
    • self-abnegation,
    • public security,
    • immovable,
    • tranquil,
    • instead,
    • clarity,
    • moderation,
    • via media,
    • icy calm,
    • would sooner,
    • sloth,
    • slothfulness,
    • torpor,
    • hushed,
    • pacifism,
    • Eventless,
    • Indisturbance,
    • still,
    • sluggishness,
    • self-denial,
    • happy,
    • constraint,
    • dignity,
    • heavenly,
    • relatively,
    • moderately,
    • peace and quiet,
    • glow,
    • earlier,
    • inactivity,
    • well-being,
    • Johnny-jump-up,
    • motionlessness,
    • forbearance,
    • peace treaty,
    • lawfulness,
    • contentedness,
    • satori,
    • thoughtfulness,
    • lucidity,
    • pretty,
    • pause,
    • remainder,
    • very,
    • contemplation,
    • sooner,
    • would rather,
    • inactive,
    • slumber,
    • sleep,
    • lethargy,
    • impassive,
    • happy medium,
    • resignation,
    • imperturbable,
    • nonviolence,
    • gentleness,
    • noiselessness,
    • sangfroid,
    • sang-froid,
    • philosophy,
    • gentle,
    • fairly,
    • Collectedness,
    • judiciousness,
    • continence,
    • muted,
    • equable,
    • self-possession,
    • idyllic,
    • unflappability,
    • persistence,
    • stability,
    • Tranquilness,
    • easy going,
    • listlessness,
    • self-restraint,
    • passiveness,
    • languidness,
    • preferably,
    • stoicism,
    • submission,
    • inertia,
    • lenity,
    • abstinence,
    • restraint,
    • middle way,
    • serene,
    • temperateness,
    • leniency,
    • temperance,
    • considerably,
    • quite,
    • presence of mind,
    • genial.
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  • n.

    • Other antonyms:
      discomfort, jumpiness, anguish, doubt, stress, foreboding, unquietness, unrest, uproar, hubbub, bustle, strain, tension, racket, dread, excitability, alarm, edginess, presentiment, tenseness, Desperateness, jitters, misgiving, turmoil, incertitude, suspense, consternation, worry, upset, commotion, desperation, tumult, torment, excitableness, uncertainty, fearfulness, distress, vexation, dismay, pandemonium, discomposure.
  • scorned, surmount, serenade, screen out, surrounded, sirenidae, saccharinity, sea wormwood, suzerainty, serranid, square nut, sacrament, sure-handed, secernate, sacramento, Surinam Toad, surround, secernment, serranidae, susurrant, Souari Nut.



Synonym serenity

So, my wife. And I lived in a standard Soviet-style one-room apartment. Having invested in construction a few years ago and two years later became the owners of a beautiful bunk apartment in a picturesque residential. Complex. But in order to make repairs in the apartment "dreams" (as my wife used to say), we were forced to sell the apartment in which we lived.

And a year and a half ago, such a case happened to him. Styopa was then on duty at another facility, a cottage village. I'll tell you on his behalf how he told me. It was the end of November, it was rather frosty and. The first snow had just fallen.

Now discussing:

With nothing against my plan, the director marked my two days off on his calendar. Despite Andrey's attempts to persuade me to give up the trip to Pasha's. Birthday, I remained adamant.

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