иия/ Kiipimm дарегрнгиой л;н ин; я happy (Ktwclul И (с. с час милая мирная жн.шь; one1 (Л (lie pctKri ill lest moments In hit: lilc одно к-i самых безмятежных мгновений и его жи.ши.
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She had seen there an attractive olir house with aged farm buildings flanked hy a hill and a wide prospect towards the sea. Calm, broad and home like, the place roused hostility in her (J. Galsworthy. 'Swan Song ). .. rich merchants .. had lived in them (distant Indies) calm and prosperous lives (M. S. Maugham, 'The Moan and Six pence').
He could forget them (the bird’s ■wail and its dead body} when he .. tried to design in his tranquil roam (R. Aldington, 'Death oj a Hera'). But farther up .. on its gentler eastern slope, it possessed tranquil hollows and Ilov/er- -clad rocks.. (E. M. Forster, 'The Eternal Moment'). They said the worry of his business had helped to kill him. I could not have believed it. It always seemed so still 3nd tranquil ("5. Leacock, ‘The Per!ret Lover'& Guide'). I saw her no more; and noliiing else occurred to disturb our tranquil summer pleasures.. (Ch. Dickens, ‘Bleak House').
Since that one notable and halcyon visit upon which lie had robbed her of her original shyness .. they had lived in a different atmosphere (Th. Dreiser, ‘Jennie Gerhardt').
Since 1 had arrived in the house, found all serene, seen rny mother. 1 was com pletely reassured (C. P. Snow. 4Time of Nope ). The house ,, seemed scarcely real in its light solidity, and in the serene and peaceful hush that rested on all around it (Ch. DLrketis, 'Bleak House'). The hr > use was serene and beautiful (R. Cavan, "Mary С load'). Mancierley was before us, serene and peaceful in the hollow oS ihe lawns (L>. dtr. Mtiurier. ‘Rebeccu). What is peace? .. Is it lovely and gentle, and beauLiful, and pleasant, ant! serene, and joyful? Oh, yes!.. (Ch. Dickens, ‘Bleak House').
The sole effect of her presence upon the placid valley so far had been to excite the mind of a solitary heron., (Th. Har dy, 'Tess of ihe d' Urbeni lies'), We left tnaL placid place of orchards and resumed the sear'Ii for Oliver Lutkins (S. Lewis, 'The Ли* D.ritvr').
I should like tn live in Hampton Court. It looks sg peaceful and so quiet (J. K. Jerome, 'Three .11 ея in a Boat'), He slocul at tile open window, gazing out. It was warm — very warm (or this end of September. A pleasant air — a smell of grass. It must be river down there! Peaceful! — and to think — I (J. Galsworthy, ‘Swan Song'). We passed not far from the house, a few minutes afterwards. Peaceful as it h;ul looked when we first saw it, it looked even more so now, with a diamond spray glittering all about it, a light wind blowing, the birds no longer hushed but singing strongly, everything refreshed by the late rain ., Still, very steadfastly and (juicily walking towards it, a peaceful figure too in the landscape, went Mademoiselle Horiense.. (Ch. Dickens, 1Bleak House'). George said why could not be always like this — .. leading sober peaceful lives and doing good (J. К ■ Jerome.' Three Man in a Boat').