calm

Pronunciation:  US [kɑm] UK [kɑːm]
  • n.Calm; Sweetness and light; Peace; Same old composure
  • v.Comfort; (Cause to)
  • adj.(People) take your time; (Ocean, weather, etc) quiet; (Slang) to shame
  • WebCalm; Collected; Calm down
adv.calmly
comp.calmer
superl.calmest
pt.calmed
pp.calmed
ppr.calming
3sg.calms

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