Another word for calm
Said especially of persons
cool, composed, collected, serene, tranquil, sedate, levelheaded, coolheaded, impassive, detached, unmoved, aloof, unconcerned, disinterested, incurious, unaroused, unimpressed, nonchalant, neutral, listless, gentle, amicable, peaceable, peaceful, placid, unanxious, unexcited, unperturbed, unruffled, unshaken, amiable, temperate, inoffensive, civil, moderate, self-reliant, confident, poised, self-possessed, relaxed, dispassionate, imperturbable, unexcitable, unflappable, even-tempered, mild, still, phlegmatic, philosophical, self-controlled, patient, untroubled, cool as a cucumber*, with ice in one's veins*, without a nerve in one's body*, laid-back*; see also sense 2, dignified, serene, tranquil 1.
Said often of things
quiet, tranquil, serene, undisturbed, unruffled, in order, soothing, at peace, placid, smooth, still, restful, harmonious, bland, peaceful, pacific, balmy, waveless, windless, motionless, reposeful, stormless, halcyon, at a standstill, pastoral, rural, low-key, slow; see also sense 1; moderate 4, motionless 1, rural, tranquil 2.
calm, originally applied to the weather, suggests a total absence of, and often a contrast with, agitation or disturbance a calm sea, a calm, answer; tranquil implies a more intrinsic or permanent peace and quiet than calmthey lead a tranquil life; serene suggests an exalted tranquillity he died with a serene smile on his lips; placid implies an undisturbed or unruffled calm and is sometimes used disparagingly to suggest dull equanimity she looked on with placid unconcern; peaceful suggests a lack of turbulence or disorder a peaceful gathering
Another word for calmadjective
Motionless and undisturbed:halcyon, peaceful, placid, quiet, serene, still, stilly, tranquil, untroubled. See calm
Not excited or emotionally agitated:peaceful, placid, serene, tranquil. See calm
Not easily excited, even under pressure:collected, composed, cool, cool-headed, detached, even1, even-tempered, imperturbable, nonchalant, possessed, unflappable, unruffled. See calm
An absence of motion or disturbance:calmness, hush, lull, peace, peacefulness, placidity, placidness, quiet, quietness, serenity, stillness, tranquillity, untroubledness. See calm
Lack of emotional agitation:calmness, peace, peacefulness, placidity, placidness, quietude, serenity, tranquillity. See calm
To make or become calm.Also used with down: allay, balm, becalm, lull, quiet, settle, still, tranquilize. See calm
To ease the anger or agitation of.Also used with down: appease, assuage, conciliate, dulcify, gentle, mollify, pacify, placate, propitiate, soften, soothe, sweeten. Idiom: pour oil on troubled water. See calm