Ataraxy
Ataraxia At`a*rax"i*a, Ataraxy At"a*rax`y, n. [NL. ataraxia, Gr. 'ataraxi`a; 'a priv. + tarakto`s disturbed, tara`ssein to disturb.] Perfect peace of mind, or calmness. [1913 Webster]

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  • ataraxy — noun /ˈætəɹæksi/ a) imperturbability, dogged indifference , 1973: There was no longer any need for fortitude: he felt nothing at present and there was no point in artificial ataraxy. (OBrian, HMS Surprise) b) A state of extreme calm , 1993: I was …   Wiktionary

  • ataraxy — Synonyms and related words: accidia, acedia, aloofness, apathy, ataraxia, benumbedness, blah, blahs, bovinity, calmness, carelessness, casualness, comatoseness, composure, contemplation, coolness, detachment, disinterest, dispassion,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • ataraxy — n. calm, freedom from worry, tranquility …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ataraxy — [ atəraksi] (also ataraxia ˌatə raksɪə) noun literary a state of serene calmness. Derivatives ataractic adjective ataraxic adjective Origin C17: from Fr. ataraxie, from Gk ataraxia impassiveness , from a not + tarassein disturb …   English new terms dictionary

  • ataraxy — at·a·raxy …   English syllables

  • ataraxy —   n. tranquillity of mind; imperturbability.    ♦ ataractic,    ♦ ataraxic, n. & a. (drug) able to calm or tranquillize …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • ataraxy — n. (also ataraxia) calmness or tranquillity; imperturbability. Etymology: F ataraxie f. Gk ataraxia impassiveness …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Ataraxia — At a*rax i*a, Ataraxy At a*rax y, n. [NL. ataraxia, Gr. ataraxi a; a priv. + tarakto s disturbed, tara ssein to disturb.] Perfect peace of mind, or calmness. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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