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serene
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
calm and untroubled
  • So serene was Judge Taylor's court, that he had few occasions to use his gavel, but he hammered fully five minutes.
    p. 231.4
serene = calm and untroubled
  •   "I did not, I certainly did not."
      "One did not's enough," said Atticus serenely.
    p. 247.0
serenely = calmly
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