Definition of tranquilly in US English:

tranquilly

adverb

  • See tranquil

    • ‘She tranquilly said, ‘I'm leaving in two days.’’
    • ‘The two-storey white house, built in the early 20s, sits tranquilly in the centre of the compound.’
    • ‘In fact, the emotion is more deeply felt and communicated because it is so tranquilly expressed.’
    • ‘My black face looks tranquilly towards heaven with happy memories and grateful prayers from you.’
    • ‘He walked out of the kitchen area and tranquilly walked through the halls, admiring the paintings and furniture that were artfully placed in different places as decoration.’

Pronunciation

tranquilly

/ˈtræŋkwəli//ˈtraNGkwəlē/