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serene
used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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Definition
calm and untroubled
  • The weekday services are almost unattended—quiet, serene.
    p. 179.2
  • For my mother, our trips to Sawyer Depot were serene occasions—fresh air and girl-talk with Aunt Martha, and some doubtless needed relief from what must have been the claustrophobia of her life with Grandmother and Lydia and the maids at 80 Front Street.
    p. 57.6
  • And although Owen was prepared for an angel, he might have expected that even the Angel of Death would reappear in a serene fashion.
    p. 107.0

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