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  • Or placid chateaux ringed with sullen huts?
  • It was warm and placid.
  • She asked for friendliness by crying to Mrs. McGanum, "How is the baby’s throat now?" and she was attentive while Mrs. McGanum rocked and knitted and placidly described symptoms.
  • She became placid, and thought well of her philosophy.
  • The river road led past rocky field slopes, deep glens, woods flamboyant now with September, to Mendota, white walls and a spire among trees beneath a hill, old-world in its placid ease.
  • Across the track was a pasture of dwarf clover and sparse lawn cut by earthy cow-paths; beyond its placid narrow green, the rough immensity of new stubble, jagged with wheat-stacks like huge pineapples.
  • You’re so strong and placid."

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  • a ribbon of sand between the angry sea and the placid bay
  • I scan their faces, trying to look as placid as possible.
    Veronica Roth  --  Insurgent

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