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(def 1). Historical Examples I mention this circumstance as a caution to amateurs in atar Gul. The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Various The silken case contained several crystals of atar of roses. The Captain of the Janizaries James M. Ludlow A bath of atar of roses next received the master of the House […]
a state of freedom from emotional disturbance and anxiety; tranquillity. adjective able to calm or tranquillize noun (obsolete) an ataractic drug noun calmness or peace of mind; emotional tranquillity adj. 1941, from Greek ataraktos “not disturbed” (see ataraxia) + -ic. n. also Englished as ataraxy, “calmness, impassivity,” c.1600, from Modern Latin, from Greek ataraxia “impassiveness,” […]
a state of freedom from emotional disturbance and anxiety; tranquillity. Historical Examples When the sage realizes this, he will cease to prefer one course of action to another, and the result will be apathy, “ataraxia.” A Critical History of Greek Philosophy W. T. Stace The aim of Pyrrhonism was ataraxia in those things which pertain […]
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