Word – Tranquil
Tranquil – Word of the Day
(Adjective): free from disturbance; calm.
It originated in late Middle English derived from French word tranquille and Latin word transqilus.
Adjective Usage – Tranquil:
- “Look at Alex she looks so tranquil and happy.”
- Decisions taken from a tranquil mind are always victorious.
- This place is so tranquil that I can spend my entire life here peacefully.
- It’s so tranquil today.
- Max seems less tranquil today as compared to other days.
- My yoga teacher helped me reach a tranquil state.
Verb Usage – Tranquilize:
- You need to tranquilize your dog.
- Shut your eyes. It would be best if you tranquilize your mind.
- The memories of my childhood tranquilizer me.
- Nothing can beat a tranquilizer state of mind.
- The hairdresser was forced to tranquilise the anxious child because he was too scared to get a haircut done from a stranger.
- Sam used to take medication to tranquilise his hysterical mind.
Noun Usage – Tranquility:
- In the mountains surrounded by trees, one can feel the tranquillity of nature and forget all life concerns.
- The tranquillity of Meera’s surroundings is so wonderful that I plan to shift in her locality.
- I am afraid that I won’t be able to enjoy this tranquillity for long.
- Eva said that she had not enjoyed this tranquillity since her son Kevin was born.
- It is so challenging to find tranquillity in life nowadays.
- I love the feeling of tranquillity; it makes me happy.