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  • He had lost his fierce serenity.
  • You don’t know how funny you are, to a fellow that’s got a serene faith!
  • The difference between Martin’s relations to Madeline and to Leora was the difference between a rousing duel and a serene comradeship.
  • There was, as yet, no vision in Martin of serene spaciousness of the mind.
  • There was for Martin in these days a quality of satisfying delight; the zest of a fast hockey game, the serenity of the prairie, the bewilderment of great music, and a feeling of creation.
  • In the study of the profession to which he had looked forward all his life he found irritation and vacuity as well as serene wisdom; he saw no one clear path to Truth but a thousand paths to a thousand truths far-off and doubtful.
  • Gottlieb had found his own serenity.
  • Toward the end of Senior year, decision became necessary, and he was moved by a speech in which Dean Silva condemned too much specialization and pictured the fine old country doctor, priest and father of his people, sane under open skies, serene in self-conquest.
  • She came in serenely, with coffee and a tremendous Swedish coffee-ring voluptuous with raisins and glistening brown sugar, and she had them talking, almost easily, about the coldness of winter and the value of Fords when into the midst of all this brightness slid Mr. Andrew Jackson Tozer, and they drooped again to politeness.
  • The European War was the one thing, besides his discharge from Winnemac, which had ever broken his sardonic serenity.
  • He came to take her to dinner, on a serene autumn evening.
  • They fished before breakfast, they supped at a table under the oaks, they tramped twenty miles on end, they had bluejays and squirrels for interested neighbors; and when they had worked all night, they came out to find serene dawn lifting across the sleeping lake.
  • Leora had tea, or a cocktail, alone with nervous young Mrs. Monte Mugford, who had been the lightest-footed debutante in Des Moines four years before and who hated now the coming of her second baby; and it was to Leora that Mrs. Schlemihl, though publicly she was rompish and serene with her porker of a husband, burst out, "If that man would only quit pawing me—reaching for me—slobbering on me! I hate it here! I WILL have my winter in New York—alone!"

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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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