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The Age of Innocence
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  • The word had fallen like a bombshell in the pure and tranquil atmosphere of the Archer dining-room.
  • At first Archer had fancied that this detachment was the disguise of an inward tremor; but her clear eyes revealed only the most tranquil unawareness.
  • She had wound a long veil about her hat, but it left her face uncovered, and Archer was struck by the tranquil gaiety of her expression.
  • Once more on the boat, and in the presence of others, Archer felt a tranquillity of spirit that surprised as much as it sustained him.
  • She was still extremely pale, but her face had a curious tranquillity of expression that seemed drawn from some secret inner source.
  • Mr. Jackson, shifting himself slightly in his chair, turned a tranquil gaze on the young man’s burning face.

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  • I love a lake with tranquil blue water.
  • I envy your tranquil home.

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