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  • repose — [n] restfulness; calm ease, inaction, inactivity, leisure, peace, quiet, quietness, quietude, refreshment, relaxation, relaxing, renewal, requiescence, respite, rest, restoration, sleep, slumber, stillness, tranquillity; concepts 410,681,720 Ant …   New thesaurus

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