Definition of Tranquiller

1. tranquil [adj] - See also: tranquil



Lexicographical Neighbors of Tranquiller

tranquilise
tranquilised
tranquiliser
tranquilisers
tranquilises
tranquilising
tranquilities
tranquility
tranquilize
tranquilized
tranquilizer
tranquilizers
tranquilizes
tranquilizing
tranquilizingly
tranquiller (current term)
tranquillest
tranquillisation
tranquillise
tranquilliser
tranquillisers
tranquillising agent
tranquillities
tranquillity
tranquillityite
tranquillization
tranquillize
tranquillized
tranquillizer
tranquillizers

Literary usage of Tranquiller

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

1. Venetian Life by William Dean Howells (1907)
"IV As the spring advances in Venice, and the heat increases, the expansive delight with which the city hails its coming passes into a tranquiller humor in ..."

2. Venetian Life by William Dean Howells (1907)
"IV As the spring advances in Venice, and the heat increases, the expansive delight with which the city hails its coming passes into a tranquiller humor in ..."

3. Life and Correspondence of Theodore Parker: Minister of the Twenty-eighth by John Weiss (1864)
"'Tis deeper now, and tranquiller Than in auld lang syne. 6. We've tasted many a bitter cup Of mingled myrrh and wine; But the draught has made us stronger ..."

4. Plutarch's Lives: The Translation Called Drydens̀ by Plutarch, John Dryden (1895)
"... it was Pisistratus, not Solon, that made that law against laziness, which was the reason that the country was more productive, and the city tranquiller. ..."

5. Poet Lore (1907)
"Arion was not tranquiller of mien What time the enchanted dolphin heard his lyre And from those vile Sicilians on the sea Swept him afar; ..."

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