serene

  • 1 Serène — Caractéristiques Longueur 32 2 km Bassin 103 km2 Bassin collecteur …

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  • 2 Serene — Se*rene , a. [L. serenus to grow dry, Gr. ??? hot, scorching.] 1. Bright; clear; unabscured; as, a serene sky. [1913 Webster] The moon serene in glory mounts the sky. Pope. [1913 Webster] Full many a gem of purest ray serene The dark unfathomed… …

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  • 3 Serene — may refer to:*Serene (phone), jointly developed by Samsung and Bang Olufsen *Serene Husseini Shahid, a member of the influential Husayni family *Serene, Colorado, a company town in Colorado no longer in existence *Serene Garden, part of the Hong… …

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  • 4 Serene — Die Serene in Imperia, Italien (3. September 2011) p1 …

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  • 5 Serene — Se*rene , n. 1. Serenity; clearness; calmness. [Poetic.] The serene of heaven. Southey. [1913 Webster] To their master is denied To share their sweet serene. Young. [1913 Webster] 2. [F. serein evening dew or damp. See {Serein}.] Evening air;… …

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  • 6 serene — [sə rēn′] adj. [L serenus < IE * ksero , dry (> Gr xēros, dry, OHG serawēn, to dry out) < base * ksā , to burn] 1. clear; bright; unclouded [a serene sky] 2. not disturbed or troubled; calm, peaceful, tranquil, etc. 3. [S ] exalted; high …

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  • 7 Serene — Se*rene , v. t. [L. serenare.] To make serene. [1913 Webster] Heaven and earth, as if contending, vie To raise his being, and serene his soul. Thomson. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 8 serene — index complacent, patient, peaceable, phlegmatic, placid Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 9 serene — c.1500, clear, calm, from L. serenus peaceful, calm, clear (of weather), of unknown origin. Applied to persons since 1630s …

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  • 10 serene — tranquil, *calm, peaceful, placid, halcyon Analogous words: *still, stilly, silent, noiseless, quiet: *cool, collected, composed: smooth, effortless, *easy Contrasted words: disturbed, disquieted, agitated, upset (see DISCOMPOSE) …

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  • 11 serene — [adj] calm, undisturbed at peace, clear, collected, comfortable, composed, content, cool*, cool as a cucumber*, dispassionate, easy, easygoing, fair, halcyon, imperturbable, laid back*, limpid, patient, peaceful, pellucid, phlegmatic, placid,… …

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  • 12 serene — Serene, ou Sereine, Siren. Les trois Serenes, Tres Sirenes …

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  • 13 serene — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ calm, peaceful, and untroubled; tranquil. DERIVATIVES serenely adverb serenity noun. ORIGIN Latin serenus …

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  • 14 Sérène — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Sérène est un nom propre qui peut désigner : Prénom et patronyme Sérène est un prénom masculin peu usité. Les Sérène, et les Séréna au féminin, sont… …

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  • 15 serene — adj. & n. adj. (serener, serenest) 1 a (of the sky, the air, etc.) clear and calm. b (of the sea etc.) unruffled. 2 placid, tranquil, unperturbed. n. poet. a serene expanse of sky, sea, etc. Phrases and idioms: all serene Brit. sl. all right.… …

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  • 16 serene — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Latin serenus clear, cloudless, untroubled Date: 15th century 1. a. clear and free of storms or unpleasant change < serene skies > b. shining bright and steady < the moon, serene in glory Alexander… …

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  • 17 serene — /səˈrin / (say suh reen) adjective 1. calm; peaceful; tranquil: a serene sea; serene old age. 2. clear; fair: serene weather. 3. (often upper case) (an epithet used in titles of princes, etc.): his Serene Highness. –phrase 4. all serene,… …

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  • 18 serene — serenely, adv. sereneness, n. /seuh reen /, adj. 1. calm, peaceful, or tranquil; unruffled: a serene landscape; serene old age. 2. clear; fair: serene weather. 3. (usually cap.) most high or august (used as a royal epithet, usually prec. by his,… …

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  • 19 serene — [[t]sɪri͟ːn[/t]] ADJ GRADED Someone or something that is serene is calm and quiet. She looked as calm and serene as she always did... He didn t speak much, he just smiled with that serene smile of his. ...the beautiful, serene park. Derived words …

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  • 20 serene — adjective 1 someone who is serene is very calm and relaxed: Mother sat in the evening sunlight, serene and beautiful. 2 a place or situation that is serene is very peaceful: a serene summer night serenely adverb serenity /sifi reniti/ noun (U) …

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