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used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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calm and undisturbed
  • I sometimes think Atticus subjected every crisis of his life to tranquil evaluation behind The Mobile Register, The Birmingham News and The Montgomery Advertiser.
    p. 195.9
tranquil = calm and undisturbed
  • When in tranquility, her grammar was as good as anybody's in Maycomb.
    p. 32.7
  • tranquility = a state of calmness
  • ...and I took it for granted that he kept his temper—he had a naturally tranquil disposition and a slow fuse.
    p. 136.9
  • tranquil = calm, peaceful, and undisturbed
  • Business was excellent when Governor William Wyatt Bibb, with a view to promoting the newly created county's domestic tranquility, dispatched a team of surveyors to locate its exact center and there establish its seat of government.
    p. 173.9
  • tranquility = peace and quiet
  • Atticus had stopped his tranquil journey and had put his foot onto the bottom rung of a chair; as he listened to what Mr. Tate was saying, he ran his hand slowly up and down his thigh.
    p. 281.8
tranquil = calm and undisturbed
There are no more uses of "tranquil" in To Kill a Mockingbird.

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