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  • "No, indeed," said Bathsheba, with serene indifference.
  • Bathsheba, a small yawn upon her mouth, took the pen, and with off-hand serenity directed the missive to Boldwood.
  • "Good-night," she said, graciously—almost tenderly; and Boldwood withdrew with a serene smile.
  • The road stretched through water-meadows traversed by little brooks, whose quivering surfaces were braided along their centres, and folded into creases at the sides; or, where the flow was more rapid, the stream was pied with spots of white froth, which rode on in undisturbed serenity.

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  • While I lie awake worrying, she sleeps serenely.
  • She remained serene even when he was yelling at her.

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