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serenade pronunciación
noun
1 a song or piece of music performed at night under a woman's window by her suitor.
2 any musical piece suggestive of the evening or romance and suitable for such a performance.
3 a piece of classical music similar to a symphony in length, but lighter in tone and having more movements.
verb (serenaded , serenading )
1 to entertain someone with a serenade.
2 intr to perform a serenade.
[17c: from Italian serenata , from Latin serenus bright clear sky, the meaning being influenced by Latin serus late]
serenader noun .


serendipity
noun the faculty of frequently making lucky or beneficial finds.
[1754: from Serendip, a former name for Sri Lanka, a word coined by Horace Walpole from the folk tale The Three Princes of Serendip ]
serendipitous adjective discovered by luck or chance.


serene pronunciación
adjective
1 calm and composed; peaceful.
2 said of a sky: cloudless.
3 (Serene) a word incorporated in the titles of members of some European royal families Her Serene Highness .
[16c: from Latin serenus clear]
serenely adverb .
sereneness noun .
serenity noun .


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