Quietude (noun)

A state of peace and quiet; calmness.

Origin:

From latin quietudo, from quietus "at rest".

Examples:

  1. The quietude of the countryside was a welcome change from the noisy city.
  2. The quietude of the library was disturbed only by the sound of pages turning.
  3. The quietude of the night was shattered by the sound of car horns and police sirens.
  4. The quietude of the monastery was a peaceful place to meditate and reflect.
  5. The quietude of the mountain top was disturbed only by the sound of the wind blowing.
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