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We love words – Serenity

Today we take a look at word – serenity: 
sɪˈrɛnɪti/
noun
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
Origin
late Middle English: from Old French serenite, from Latin serenitas, from serenus ‘clear, fair’ (seeserene).

We love words – Purpose

Today we analyse the word: Purpose
purpose
ˈpəːpəs/
noun
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;

    informalget-up-and-go
    “Middlesbrough had started the game with more purpose and menace”

verb

formal
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

Origin
Middle English: from Old French porpos, from the verb porposer, variant of proposer (see propose).
Source: Wikipedia

We love Words – Bold

Today we touch the word Bold.

Being bold means “not hesitating or fearful; courageous and daring. Beyond the usuallimits of conventional thought or action. Imaginative. Necessitating courage anddaring. Challenging“. 

We find really interesting synonyms for being Bold:

Audacious, fearless, valiant, valorous, intrepid.

 

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