Definition of Serenes

1. serene [n] - See also: serene



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Serenes

serenata
serenatas
serenate
serenates
serendibite
serendipities
serendipitous
serendipitously
serendipity
serene
serened
serenely
sereneness
serenenesses
serener
serenes (current term)
sereness
serenest
serening
serenities
serenitude
serenity
seres
serest
seretonergic
serf
serfage
serfages
serfdom
serfdoms

Literary usage of Serenes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Capt. J. D. Winchester's Experience on a Voyage from Lynn, Massachusetts, to by James D. Winchester (1900)
"They advised us to lighten our boat; we could store our goods in with the serenes', and two days were all I could have for rest. In that time we lightened ..."

2. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register by Henry Fitz-Gilbert Waters (1892)
"When I shall receive account of them I shall either return it to yourself or deliver it to Mr Shep- heard. As to the serenes and malt yon ..."

3. Cases and Other Authorities on Legal Ethics by George Purcell Costigan (1917)
"serenes T. Schreiber was convicted of an offense, and brings error. Affirmed. HAND, J. This was an information filed by the state's attorney of Winnebago ..."

4. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Louisiana by Louisiana Supreme Court (1858)
"... left with one serenes, in this city, where she was kept at a charge of 40 cents per day ; that the plaintiff looked to him for the return of the price, ..."

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