- n a disposition free from stress or emotion
- n the absence of mental stress or anxiety
- That mass suicide was a disorderly, ungracious way to meet your maker, a study not in serenity but in chaos.
- It follows, then, that she who wishes to reach the most rarefied and potent ranks of fashion, whether in dealmaking or designing, must have a certain serenity.
- It is, as another great master, Akira Kurosawa, said, "the kind of cinema that flows with the serenity and nobility of a big river"the river of life as it is ordinarily lived .
- Nancy Pelosi in International Herald Tribune
I have a great serenity about it because I understand why people have to do what they have to do, both Democrats and Republicans,Pelosi told The Associated Press in an interview as she prepared to mark the 100-day milestone Saturday. "And...
- Rafael Correa in Forbes
We receive this very high honor that the Ecuadorean people have bestowed on us with profound serenity, with profound hope,Correa told a news conference.
- Paul McCartney in CNN International
In moments of madness, it has helped me find moments of serenity,McCartney said in the concert announcement.