from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Marked by, conducive to, or expressing repose.
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- adj. Providing repose, restful.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Full of repose; quiet.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of repose.
- Affording repose or rest; trustworthy; worthy of reliance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. affording physical or mental rest
Not in a day can the tyro learn to employ the snarling immediacy of mastery of Mr. Pike, nor the reposeful, voiceless mastery of a
For the first time she realized the quality of his strength, the calm and quiet of it, its simple integrity and reposeful determination.
Not sharp and vivid like that of her father, but dim and nebulous was the picture she shaped of her mother — a saint's head in an aureole of sweetness and goodness and meekness, and withal, shot through with a hint of reposeful determination, of will, stubborn and unobtrusive, that in life had expressed itself mainly in resignation.
The title "Not at Home," from his 2008 release Home, produced by Broderick himself, is a reposeful gem.
Why is there nothing of an inner life? nothing which leads to revery, nothing reposeful?
It was not less so from the _reposeful_ manners and gentlemanly appearance of the English Canadians, and the vivacity and politeness of the French, to Yankee dress, twang, and peculiarities.
There was a challenge in the reposeful black eyes resting upon my face.
Dona Rita continued leaning on her elbow, her lips closed in a reposeful expression of peculiar sweetness.
Then, as the middle-aged father and his child grew each gray-faced, as the pretty blush of Frances disintegrated into spotty stains, and the soft rotundities of her features diverged from their familiar and reposeful beauty into elemental lines, Cope was gradually struck with the resemblance between a pair in their discomfort who in their ease presented nothing to the eye in common.
At the corner of this reposeful spot stood the episcopal palace.