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serene
used in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

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Definition
calm and untroubled
  • And finally, when they got out their pipes and went serenely puffing around, the very summit of glory was reached.
    Chapter 18 (51% in)
  • Then Huckleberry and Tom stood dumb and staring, and heard the stony-hearted liar reel off his serene statement, they expecting every moment that the clear sky would deliver God's lightnings upon his head, and wondering to see how long the stroke was delayed.
    Chapter 11 (44% in)

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