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calmness

noun as in quietness

Strong match

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There also were store windows smashed in Georgetown on Wednesday night, casting some doubt on the city’s recommendations for business owners to maintain a sense of calm in advance of the election.

The atmosphere around our region just won’t fully calm down.

Usually earnings tend to calm the market during periods of stress.

From Fortune

One officer repeatedly asked the man to calm down as a few demonstrators tried to restrain him.

The all-stock deal unveiled on Tuesday should calm those fears.

From Fortune

But the calmness in rebel-held Donetsk on Sunday night suggested no big push is planned in the next few hours, at least.

Unlike coffee, tea has an amino acid that is associated with calmness: Theanine.

It prefers nonconfrontation, and calmness and softness of voice are valued when dealing with adversity.

As Louis spoke with the stern calmness of a divorced heart, Wharton became other than he had ever seen him.

We recollect being greatly struck with the ominous calmness perceptible in the tone of this speech.

"Madame tells me that he is dead," said she, and Garnache was shocked at the comparative calmness with which she said it.

He wheeled round and faced her; his pale face working with emotion, but his voice subdued to calmness.

Take you this man to husband, you who with such calmness sought to drive others into unwilling wedlock.

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On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to calmness, such as: calm, composure, patience, tranquility, and peace.

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

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