Serenity to Severity

Serenity, n.

    1. Calmness, peacefulness, tranquillity, collectedness, sedateness, composure, coolness, calm, peace.
    2. Clearness, fairness, brightness, calmness, stillness, quietness, peace.
    3. Peace, quietness, tranquillity, calm.

Serf, n. Slave (attached to the soil), bondman, thrall, bond-servant, villein.

Serfdom, n. Enslavement, slavery, servitude, bondage, thraldom, enthralment, subjection, serfage.

Serial, a. Successive, consecutive, continuous, continued.

Serial, n. Periodical.

Seriatim, ad. [L.] In a series, in order, one after another.

Series, n. Succession, order, sequence, course, line, concatenation.

Serious, a.

    1. Grave, solemn, sedate, staid, sober, earnest, demure.
    2. Important, weighty, great, momentous, grave.
    3. In earnest.
    4. Dangerous

Seriously, ad. Gravely, solemnly, in earnest.

Seriousness, n. Gravity, solemnity, soberness, earnestness.

Sermon, n. Homily, exhortation, religious discourse.

Sermoning, n. Advice, instruction, discourse.

Sermonize, v. n. Preach, discourse.

Serous, a. Thin (as parts of animal fluids), watery, serose.

Serpent, n. Snake.

Serpentine, a. Winding, meandering, crooked, anfractuous, spiral, tortuous, undulating, sinuous, twisted.

Serpentine, n. Ophite, green porphyry.

Serrate, Serrated, a. Notched, indented, toothed, denticulated, jagged.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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