Synonyms for calmkɑm; older kæm; spelling pron. kɑlm
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composure, calm, calmness, equanimity(noun)
steadiness of mind under stress
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
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
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, calm, 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)
stabilise, tranquilize, tranquillize, becalm, tranquillise, still, chill out, quiet, sedate, cool off, cool it, simmer down, steady, settle down, calm, brace, lull, calm down, stabilize, quieten
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
tranquilize, tranquillize, becalm, cool, settle, cool down, tranquillise, still, chill out, quiet, sedate, cool off, cool it, simmer down, steady, settle down, calm, 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
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
calm(noun)Peaceful, quiet, especially free from anger and anxiety.
calm(noun)Free of noise and disturbance.
calm(adjective)with little waves on the surface.
English Synonyms and Antonyms, by James Champlin Fernald
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.
List of paraphrases:
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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