Serene



adjective
1.
calm, peaceful, or tranquil; unruffled:
a serene landscape; serene old age.
2.
clear; fair:
serene weather.
3.
(usually initial capital letter) most high or august (used as a royal epithet, usually preceded by his, your, etc.):
His Serene Highness.
noun
4.
serenity; tranquillity.
5.
Archaic. a clear or tranquil expanse of sea or sky.
adjective
1.
peaceful or tranquil; calm
2.
clear or bright: a serene sky
3.
(often capital) honoured: used as part of certain royal titles: His Serene Highness

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