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calm

  

      adj  
1    almost without motion; still  
a calm sea     
2      (Meteorol)   of force 0 on the Beaufort scale; without wind  
3    not disturbed, agitated, or excited; under control  
he stayed calm throughout the confusion     
4    tranquil; serene  
a calm voice     
      n  
5    an absence of disturbance or rough motion; stillness  
6    absence of wind  
7    tranquillity  
      vb  
8    often foll by: down   to make or become calm  
     (C14: from Old French calme, from Old Italian calma, from Late Latin cauma heat, hence a rest during the heat of the day, from Greek kauma heat, from kaiein to burn)  
   calmly             adv  
  calmness      n  
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calmly

  
  
casually, collectedly, composedly, coolly, dispassionately, equably, impassively, imperturbably, nonchalantly, placidly, relaxedly, sedately, self-possessedly, serenely, tranquilly, unflappably, unflinchingly  

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calm, call, callboy, calomel

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