Antonyms for hectic

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His cheeks were hollow and hectic, his eyes were glistening as with fever, his chest heaved.

Not strong, sir—he has a hectic colour—as I was very sorry to see.

The nervous, hectic state of the journalists made him feel nervous too.

As for Kendrick, it was the busiest, most hectic morning he had ever experienced.

His pale cheeks were lit by a hectic flush of intense feeling.

Now they were flushed and hectic with a suggestion of the inward fire that lit her eyes.

We've had to hustle, but I reckon we've given them a hectic time of it.

Things were hectic already, less than four months after we'd started.

His colour was hectic and gaudy; and in composition he possessed little skill.

The two lone revellers remain at the pier-table, moody and hectic.

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