Associations to the word «Calm»
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CALM, adjective. (of a person) Peaceful, quiet, especially free from anger and anxiety.
CALM, adjective. (of a place or situation) Free of noise and disturbance.
CALM, adjective. (of water) with little waves on the surface.
CALM, adjective. Without wind or storm.
CALM, noun. (in a person) The state of being calm; peacefulness; absence of worry, anger, fear or other strong negative emotion.
CALM, noun. (in a place or situation) The state of being calm; absence of noise and disturbance.
CALM, noun. A period of time without wind.
CALM, verb. (transitive) To make calm.
CALM, verb. (intransitive) To become calm.
CALM AS A MILLPOND, adjective. (simile) (of water) Very calm, not choppy
CALM BEFORE THE STORM, noun. (idiomatic) A period of peace before a disturbance or crisis; an unnatural or false calm before a storm.
CALM DOWN, verb. (intransitive) To become less excited, intense, or angry.
CALM DOWN, verb. (transitive) To cause to become less excited, intense, or angry.
CALM WIND, noun. (US) (aviation) Wind that is slower than 3 knots.
CALM YOUR FARM, verb. (slang) (imperative) calm down
CALM YOUR TITS, interjection. (Internet slang) (idiomatic) (vulgar) Calm down! (Used to tell someone to relax when they are agitated, angry, overexcited, etc.)
CALM, noun. Steadiness of mind under stress; "he accepted their problems with composure and she with equanimity".
CALM, noun. Wind moving at less than 1 knot; 0 on the Beaufort scale.
CALM, verb. Make calm or still; "quiet the dragons of worry and fear".
CALM, verb. Make steady; "steady yourself".
CALM, 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.".
CALM, verb. Cause to be calm or quiet as by administering a sedative to; "The patient must be sedated before the operation".
CALM, adjective. 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".
CALM, adjective. (of weather) free from storm or wind; "calm seas".
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