Definition of Tranquilities

1. Noun. (plural of tranquility), (alternative spelling of tranquillity nocap=y) ¹



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Definition of Tranquilities

1. tranquility [n] - See also: tranquility

Lexicographical Neighbors of Tranquilities

tranq
tranqed
tranqing
tranqs
tranquil
tranquiler
tranquilest
tranquilise
tranquilised
tranquiliser
tranquilisers
tranquilises
tranquilising
tranquilities (current term)
tranquility
tranquilize
tranquilized
tranquilizer
tranquilizers
tranquilizes
tranquilizing
tranquilizingly
tranquiller
tranquillest
tranquillisation
tranquillise
tranquilliser
tranquillisers

Literary usage of Tranquilities

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

1. Sir Thomas Browne's Religio Medici: Letter to a Friend &c., and Christian Morals by Thomas Browne (1881)
"... our tranquilities. What we magnify is magnificent, but like to the Colossus, noble without, ..."

2. An English Anthology of Prose and Poetry, Shewing the Main Stream of English by Henry John Newbolt (1922)
"... our tranquilities. What we magnify is magnificent, but like to the Colossus, noble without, ..."

3. Russell's Magazine by Paul Hamilton Payne (1858)
"... the response would be, "leave Mexico alone," and enforce these relations on the other foreign disturbers of her domestic tranquilities. ..."

4. Sermons by Henry Melvill, Charles Pettit McIlvaine (1853)
"Whether it sleep beautifully in the tranquilities of an unbroken calm, or be wrought by the hurricane into madness, it is a more stupendous object, ..."

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