Calm adjective - Free from emotional or mental agitation.
Usage example: bystanders tried to help the injured person remain calm while they waited for the ambulance to arrive
How words are described
|good||good calm||good upset|
|usual||usual calm||usual upset|
|right||right calm||right upset|
|complete||complete calm||complete upset|
|Other adjectives: initial, extreme, absolute, remarkable, famous.|
Both words in one sentence
- She's actually really upset about it at first until the other girls calm her down.
Source: Babies Ever After
- The usually calm and compassionate Gandalf's response is uncharacteristically upset.
Source: Enraged by Idiocy
- Ego: Professor Aronnax — mostly calm and scientific but also gets upset about being held prisoner; mediates between his comrades
Source: Freudian Trio / Literature
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