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 Serena’de (3 syl.).Serif and Sanserif. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Sere’ne (2 syl.).
 
A title given to certain German princes. Those princes who used to hold under the empire were entitled Serene or Most Serene Highnesses.   1
   It’s all serene. All right (Spanish, sere’no, “all right”—the sentinel’s countersign). Sereno, the night-watch.   2
        “‘Let us clearly understand each other.’ ‘All serene,’ responded Foster.”—Watson: The Web of the Spider chap. viii.
 


 Serena’de (3 syl.).Serif and Sanserif. 

 
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