calmed

[ kahm; older use kam; spelling pronunciation kahlm ]SEE DEFINITION OF calmed
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His daughter Amy gently tried to calm him, but he would not on any account be calmed.

Apollo's horses, calmed by Jupiter's voice, finally found the track.

I did not quite believe that, but I calmed her with oaths, promises and so on.

The commandant had calmed down, Fandor had regained his self-possession.

Gervaise had calmed down and was already regretting her hastiness.

However, Roudier calmed Granoux by assuring him that the town was free.

These were only light spells of heaviness, replete with vague charm that calmed her nerves.

A great sweetness bathed him and calmed him, now that he was near her.

After walking a little on the road, she had calmed down and had said that she was sorry.

When Sancho had calmed himself, he concurred in this opinion.

WORD ORIGIN

1510s, from calm (adj.) + -ness.

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