Calm and Tempestuous

Calm

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Calm adjective – Free from storms or physical disturbance.
Usage example: after a stormy night of high winds and driving rains, the day dawned on a calm sea

Tempestuous is an antonym for calm.
Nearby Words: calmness, calmed, calming, calmly
Antonyms for Calm

Tempestuous

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Tempestuous adjective – Marked by bursts of destructive force or intense activity.
Usage example: order was restored to the court after the judge put a stop to the defendant's tempestuous outburst

Calm is an antonym for tempestuous in wild topic.
Nearby Word: tempest
Antonyms for Tempestuous
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Things that words describes

attitude calm attitude tempestuous attitude
mind calm mind tempestuous mind
life calm life tempestuous life
nature calm nature tempestuous nature
Other nouns: personality.

Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / Mystery of the Witches' Bridge Empathic Environment: Whether on his first night at Pride's or at various places throughout the story, the weather always seems to reflect the plot and/or Dan's moods, ranging from wild and tempestuous storms, to the Fiddler's fog, to nights of peaceful calm and moonlight.
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