composure, calm, calmness, equanimity(noun)
steadiness of mind under stress
"he accepted their problems with composure and she with equanimity"
gusty, breezy, furious, tempestuous, choppy, rough, discomposed, boisterous, wild, puffy, raging, blusterous, blowy, blustery, fierce, dirty, angry, billowing(a), stormy, billowy, squally, surging, thundery, blustering(a), windy, charge, turn on, rouse, agitate, excite, charge up, commove
calm air, calm(adj)
wind moving at less than 1 knot; 0 on the Beaufort scale
squally, blustering(a), billowy, gusty, stormy, angry, furious, surging, billowing(a), dirty, blowy, windy, discomposed, tempestuous, blusterous, boisterous, blustery, wild, raging, choppy, puffy, breezy, fierce, thundery, rough, excite, charge up, charge, turn on, commove, rouse, agitate
calm, unagitated, serene, tranquil(adj)
not agitated; without losing self-possession
"spoke in a calm voice"; "remained calm throughout the uproar"; "he remained serene in the midst of turbulence"; "a serene expression on her face"; "she became more tranquil"; "tranquil life in the country"
squally, surging, blustering(a), billowy, rough, gusty, raging, billowing(a), furious, angry, blustery, discomposed, puffy, thundery, boisterous, wild, stormy, blowy, dirty, windy, breezy, choppy, blusterous, fierce, tempestuous, commove, excite, agitate, charge up, rouse, turn on, charge
(of weather) free from storm or wind
surging, rough, furious, gusty, breezy, wild, blustery, boisterous, tempestuous, windy, dirty, choppy, raging, billowy, fierce, angry, puffy, blusterous, thundery, stormy, discomposed, squally, blowy, billowing(a), blustering(a), charge, excite, agitate, rouse, charge up, turn on, commove
calm, calm down, quiet, tranquilize, tranquillize, tranquillise, quieten, lull, still(verb)
make calm or still
"quiet the dragons of worry and fear"
silence, hush, tranquilize, relieve, tranquillize, becalm, quiet down, ease, tranquillise, still, chill out, quiet, shut up, quiesce, hush up, sedate, cool off, cool it, simmer down, steady, settle down, allay, pipe down, lull, calm down, quieten
windy, billowing(a), squally, breezy, angry, surging, blustering(a), stormy, fierce, tempestuous, discomposed, gusty, furious, raging, blusterous, boisterous, choppy, dirty, blustery, billowy, thundery, blowy, wild, puffy, rough, charge, charge up, agitate, turn on, rouse, excite, commove
steady, calm, becalm(verb)
billowing(a), furious, puffy, fierce, boisterous, rough, choppy, dirty, thundery, discomposed, windy, tempestuous, blusterous, gusty, angry, billowy, wild, squally, breezy, blowy, raging, blustering(a), blustery, surging, stormy, charge up, charge, agitate, excite, turn on, commove, rouse
calm, calm down, cool off, chill out, simmer down, settle down, cool it(verb)
become quiet or calm, especially after a state of agitation
"After the fight both men need to cool off."; "It took a while after the baby was born for things to settle down again."
tranquilize, tranquillize, becalm, cool, settle, cool down, tranquillise, still, chill out, quiet, sedate, cool off, cool it, simmer down, steady, settle down, root, steady down, lull, calm down, take root, quieten
dirty, blusterous, stormy, wild, breezy, discomposed, squally, puffy, billowing(a), raging, fierce, surging, choppy, rough, tempestuous, furious, thundery, angry, blustering(a), gusty, billowy, blustery, windy, boisterous, blowy, rouse, turn on, charge up, commove, charge, excite, agitate
sedate, calm, tranquilize, tranquillize, tranquillise(verb)
cause to be calm or quiet as by administering a sedative to
"The patient must be sedated before the operation"
choppy, windy, rough, breezy, tempestuous, surging, blustering(a), stormy, discomposed, wild, boisterous, thundery, squally, puffy, angry, raging, dirty, billowing(a), blustery, fierce, blusterous, furious, blowy, gusty, billowy, charge, charge up, agitate, commove, excite, turn on, rouse
Peaceful, quiet, especially free from anger and anxiety.
Free of noise and disturbance.
with little waves on the surface.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
That is calm which is free from disturbance or agitation; in the physical sense, free from violent motion or action; in the mental or spiritual realm, free from excited or disturbing emotion or passion. We speak of a calm sea, a placid lake, a serene sky, a still night, a quiet day, a quiet home. We speak, also, of "still waters," "smooth sailing," which are different modes of expressing freedom from manifest agitation. Of mental conditions, one is calm who triumphs over a tendency to excitement; cool, if he scarcely feels the tendency. One may be calm by the very reaction from excitement, or by the oppression of overpowering emotion, as we speak of the calmness of despair. One is composed who has subdued excited feeling; he is collected when he has every thought, feeling, or perception awake and at command. Tranquil refers to a present state, placid, to a prevailing tendency. We speak of a tranquil mind, a placid disposition. The serene spirit dwells as if in the clear upper air, above all storm and shadow.The star of the unconquered will,
He rises in my breast,
Serene, and resolute, and still,
And calm, and self-possessed.
LongfellowLight of Stars st. 7.
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quiet, calmness, quietness, calming, tranquillity, lull, serenity, composure, tranquility, tranquil, squid, reassure, appease, cool-headed, serena, temper, cool, pacification, truce, peaceful, soothe, serene, ease, allay, relaxed, defuse, pacify, relax, dispassionate, mellow, placate
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How to use calm in a sentence?
Euphemisms are not, as many young people think, useless verbiage for that which can and should be said bluntly; they are like secret agents on a delicate mission, they must airily pass by a stinking mess with barely so much as a nod of the head, make their point of constructive criticism and continue on in calm forbearance. Euphemisms are unpleasant truths wearing diplomatic cologne.
Some people can handle pressure and crises in their life and stay calm and loving, other people sort of fall apart—they get frustrated and upset and need to blame someone.
If we resolve phase one, that will calm people down a lot because they'll see an end point is hopefully within sight.
There are some things you learn best in calm, and some in storm.
This is unbelievable, unforgettable, it fills me with pride and happiness, the truth is I'm very happy that the names of very important teams are being linked with me. I have to stay calm and take things slowly. I'm very concentrated on having a good World Cup. I'm really enjoying it.
Translations for calm
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- هادي, هدوءArabic
- затишие, усмирявам, спокоен, тишина, спокойствие, мирен, успокоявам, стихвам, покой, успокоявам се, тих, безветриеBulgarian
- calm, calmar, calmaCatalan, Valencian
- klid, uklidnit, klidnýCzech
- stille, ro, rolig, blive stille, stilhed, blive rolig, berolige, vindstilleDanish
- Ruhe, beruhigen, ruhig, ruhig stellen, windstill, StilleGerman
- ηρεμώ, γαλήνιος, ηρεμία, γαλήνη, ήρεμοςGreek
- serena, trankvilaEsperanto
- calma, calmado, calmo, sosiegoSpanish
- آرام, ساکتPersian
- rauhallinen, tyyni, tyyneys, levollisuus, tyyntyä, pläkä, rauhallisuus, tyynnyttää, tyven, rauhoittua, rauhoittaa, levollinenFinnish
- tranquille, calmeFrench
- suaimhneach, fèathScottish Gaelic
- שלווה, רגוע, הרגיע, נרגע, רוגע, שלווHebrew
- csendes, megnyugszik, megnyugtat, nyugodt, lecsendesít, lecsendesülHungarian
- հանգիստ, հանգստություն, խաղաղությունArmenian
- kalmigar, kalmeskarIdo
- 平穏, 無風, 平静, 穏やか, 平安, 静か, 泰平Japanese
- rouegLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- rahopē, mauritauMāori
- fredelig, roe, vindstille, rolig, beroligeNorwegian
- afkoelen, kalmeren, rust, kalm, windstilte, vredig, sereniteit, gerust stellen, rustigDutch
- roleg, roe, fredelegNorwegian Nynorsk
- roe segNorwegian
- spokój, uspokajać się, uspokajać, spokojny, uspokoić się, uspokoić, opanowanyPolish
- tranquilo, calmaria, sossegado, tranquilidade, calma, acalmar, calmo, sossegoPortuguese
- liniștit, calma, liniște, liniști, calmRomanian
- покой, спокойный, успокаиваться, успокаивать, тихий, штиль, затишье, безветрие, тишина, спокойствие, успокоиться, успокоитьRussian
- lugn, vindstilla, stilla, lugna, stiltje, stillhet, bleke, ro, rofylldSwedish
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