Thesaurus / calm


Since many of us will be homebodies this season, here are some ways to keep cool, calm and collected in your own space.

We are redoubling our efforts to keep the beaches and local businesses open, and get to a sense of calmer waters, but July 4 weekend will look a bit different this year.

Safety first this July 4thLee Ann WilkinsonJuly 4, 2020Washington Blade

A few days later, he let me row through some baby rapids, telling me where to aim the boat, giving me calm instructions to adjust the trajectory a little left or a little right.

This is sort of a game but it’s mostly a way to calm yourself down since there’s not really any way to lose or compete.

Wholesome, positive –if not strange and mindless– content has become a balm to cure our anxiety, making it a great way of communication, a form of self-care that fills a void and provides a sense of calm that sheet masks and sourdough cannot.

It was the wise guidance, judicious and calm leadership of the men in these schools that saved the day at Atlanta.

Calm and quiet when danger raged, he could inspire in his comrades a boundless confidence.

But he had very strong feelings underneath his calm exterior, and the approach to Lucy's home gave him many thoughts.

Sir TomMrs. Oliphant

The doctor, whom she met there, said that this state of calm was very possibly only transitory.

Robert ElsmereMrs. Humphry Ward

He then started to cuss at us, and so forth, and I tried to talk to him to calm him down.

Warren Commission (4 of 26): Hearings Vol. IV (of 15)The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy


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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.