Today we take a look at the word: Serenity
noun: serenity
  1. the state of being calm, peaceful, and untroubled.
    “an oasis of serenity amidst the bustling city”
    synonyms: calmness, calm, composure, tranquillity, peacefulness, peace of mind, peace,peaceableness, collectedness, poise, aplomb, self-possession, sangfroid,imperturbability, equanimity, equableness, ease, placidity, placidness; More

    antonyms: anxiety, agitation, disruption, cloudiness, storminess
late Middle English: from Old French serenite, from Latin serenitas, from serenus ‘clear, fair’ (serene).
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Today we analyse the word: Purpose
noun: purpose; plural noun: purposes
  1. 1.
    the reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists.
    “the purpose of the meeting is to appoint a trustee”
    • a particular requirement or consideration, typically one that is temporary or restricted in scope or extent.
      “state pensions are considered as earned income for tax purposes”
  2. 2.
    a person’s sense of resolve or determination.
    “there was a new sense of purpose in her step as she set off”
    synonyms: determination, resoluteness, resolution, resolve, firmness (of purpose), steadfastness,backbone, drive, push, thrust, enthusiasm, ambition, initiative, enterprise, motivation,single-mindedness, commitment, conviction, dedication;

    “Middlesbrough had started the game with more purpose and menace”

verb: purpose; 3rd person present: purposes; past tense: purposed; past participle: purposed; gerund or present participle: purposing
  1. 1.
    have as one’s intention or objective.
    “God has allowed suffering, even purposed it”
    synonyms: intend, mean, aim, plan, design, have the intention, have in mind, have a mind; More

Middle English: from Old French porpos, from the verb porposer, variant of proposer (see propose).
Source: Wikipedia
Today we take a look at the word: Calm.
adjective: calm; comparative adjective: calmer; superlative adjective: calmest
  1. 1.
    not showing or feeling nervousness, anger, or other strong emotions.
    “she had to keep calm at all costs”
    • (of a place) peaceful after violent activity.
      “the city was reported to be calm, but army patrols remained”
  2. 2.
    (of the weather) pleasantly free from wind.
    “the night was clear and calm”
    synonyms: windless, still, tranquil, quiet, serene, peaceful, pacific, undisturbed, restful, balmy,halcyon

    “the night was clear and calm”
    antonyms: windy, stormy
noun: calm
  1. 1.
    the absence of strong emotions; calm feelings.
    “his usual calm deserted him”
    synonyms: composure, coolness, calmness, self-possession, sangfroid, presence of mind, poise,aplomb, self-control; More

    antonyms: anxiety
  2. 2.
    the absence of wind.
    “in the centre of the storm calm prevailed”
    • still air represented by force 0 on the Beaufort scale (less than 1 knot or 1 km/h).
    • an area of the sea without wind.
      plural noun: calms
      “flat calms”
verb: calm; 3rd person present: calms; past tense: calmed; past participle: calmed; gerund or present participle: calming
  1. 1.
    make (someone) tranquil and quiet; soothe.
    “I took him inside and tried to calm him down
    antonyms: excite, upset
    • (of a person) become tranquil and quiet.
      “gradually I calmed down and lost my anxiety”
      synonyms: compose oneself, recover/regain one’s composure, control oneself, recover/regain one’s self-control, pull oneself together, keep one’s head, simmer down, cool down,cool off, take it easy; More

      antonyms: lose one’s temper
late Middle English: via one of the Romance languages from Greek kauma ‘heat (of the day)’.
Source: Wikipedia

We love words!

Today’s word is Bliss:

noun: bliss
  1. 1.
    perfect happiness; great joy.
    “she gave a sigh of bliss”
    synonyms: joy, pleasure, delight, happiness, gladness, ecstasy, elation, rapture, euphoria,heaven, paradise, seventh heaven, cloud nine, Eden, Utopia, Arcadia; More

    antonyms: misery


verb: bliss; 3rd person present: blisses; past tense: blissed; past participle: blissed; gerund or present participle: blissing; adjective: blissed-out
  1. 1.
    reach a state of perfect happiness, oblivious of everything else.
    “Josh is just blissed out, always smiling”
Old English blīths, bliss, of Germanic origin; related to blithe.
Source: Wikipedia