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Serene

səˈriːn

Meanings of Serene:

adjective

Calm, peaceful, and untroubled; tranquil.

Usage examples:

Her eyes were closed and she looked very serene
noun

An expanse of clear sky or calm sea.

Usage examples:

Not a cloud obscured the deep serene

Serenely

səˈriːn.li

Meanings of Serenely:

adverb

In a calm, peaceful, and untroubled manner.

Usage examples:

She smiled serenely

Serener

sɪˈriːn

Meanings of Serener:

adjective

Calm, peaceful, and untroubled; tranquil.

Usage examples:

Her eyes were closed and she looked very serene
noun

An expanse of clear sky or calm sea.

Usage examples:

Not a cloud obscured the deep serene

Serenest

səˈriːn

Meanings of Serenest:

adjective

Calm, peaceful, and untroubled; tranquil.

Usage examples:

Her eyes were closed and she looked very serene
noun

An expanse of clear sky or calm sea.

Usage examples:

Not a cloud obscured the deep serene

Meanings of Serenissime:

noun

A name for venice.

Usage examples:

The serenissima's seafaring past

Meanings of Serenissimi:

noun

A name for venice.

Usage examples:

The serenissima's seafaring past

Meanings of Serenissimo:

noun

A name for venice.

Usage examples:

The serenissima's seafaring past

Serenity

sɪˈrɛnɪti

Meanings of Serenity:

noun

The state of being calm, peaceful, and untroubled.

Usage examples:

An oasis of serenity amidst the bustling city

Seres

sɪə

Meanings of Seres:

noun

A natural succession of plant (or animal) communities, especially a full series from uncolonized habitat to the appropriate climax vegetation.

Usage examples:

Although herbivory tends to hasten succession from shrubs and pioneer trees to forest, it typically…
adjective

(especially of vegetation) dry or withered.

Usage examples:

Small green vineyards encircled by vast sear fields

Serf

səːf

Meanings of Serf:

noun

An agricultural labourer bound by the feudal system who was tied to working on his lord's estate.

Serfdom

ˈsəːfdəm

Meanings of Serfdom:

noun

The state of being a serf or feudal labourer.

Usage examples:

The liberation of the peasants from serfdom

Serfs

səːf

Meanings of Serfs:

noun

An agricultural labourer bound by the feudal system who was tied to working on his lord's estate.

Meanings of Sergeant:

noun

A rank of non-commissioned officer in the army or air force, above corporal and below staff sergeant.

Usage examples:

Because of the increased number of volunteer soldiers, the ministry will phase out recruitment of n…

Meanings of Sergeants:

noun

A rank of non-commissioned officer in the army or air force, above corporal and below staff sergeant.

Usage examples:

Because of the increased number of volunteer soldiers, the ministry will phase out recruitment of n…

Serger

ˈsəːdʒə

Meanings of Serger:

noun

A sewing machine used for overcasting to prevent material from fraying at the edge.

Usage examples:

Various thread management accessories are available for both sergers and conventional sewing machin…

Meanings of Sergipe:

proper noun

A state in eastern brazil, on the atlantic coast; capital, aracajú.

Meanings of Sergius:

proper noun

(1314–92), russian monastic reformer and mystic; russian name svyatoi sergi radonezhsky. he founded forty monasteries, re-establishing the monasticism which had been lost through the tartar invasion, and inspired the resistance which saved russia from the tartars in 1380. feast day, 25 september.

Meanings of Sergt:

abbreviation

Sergeant.

Seri

ˌbæn.də ser.i bəˈɡɑː.wən

Meanings of Seri:

noun

The capital city of brunei, in the northern part of the country

Usage examples:

Both men had been part of the redundancy lay-offs in the 1960s and had found work outside the compa…

Meanings of Serial:

adjective

Consisting of, forming part of, or taking place in a series.

Usage examples:

A serial publication
noun

A story or play appearing in regular instalments on television or radio or in a magazine.

Usage examples:

A new three-part drama serial

Serial killers

ˈsɪə.ri.əl ˌkɪl.ər

Meanings of Serial killers:

noun

Someone who repeatedly murders people

Usage examples:

He is one of the country's most prolific serial killers.

Serialisation

ˌsɪə.ri.ə.laɪˈzeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Serialisation:

noun

The act of serializing a book or story (= making it into a television or radio series or publishing it in parts), or an example of a book or story that has been serialized

Usage examples:

The paper has decided not to go ahead with the serialization of her memoirs., the book was original…

Meanings of Serialise:

verb

Publish or broadcast (a story or play) in regular instalments.

Usage examples:

Sections of the book were serialized in the sunday times

Serialised

ˈsɪərɪəlʌɪz

Meanings of Serialised:

verb

Publish or broadcast (a story or play) in regular instalments.

Usage examples:

Sections of the book were serialized in the sunday times

Serialising

ˈsɪə.ri.ə.laɪz

Meanings of Serialising:

verb

Publish or broadcast (a story or play) in regular instalments.

Usage examples:

Sections of the book were serialized in the sunday times

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