• (British) IPA: /ˈplæs.ɪd/

placid (comparative placider, superlative placidest)

  1. calm and quiet; peaceful; tranquil
    a placid disposition
    a placid lake
    • 1941, Ogden Nash, "The Ant", in The Face is Familiar, Garden City Publishing Company, page 224.
      The ant has made himself illustrious / Through constant industry industrious. / So what? / Would you be calm and placid / If you were full of formic acid?

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