безветренный; тихий; спокойный; мирный; беззастенчивый;
штиль ; затишье; безветрие; тишина ; спокойствие;
успокаивать; успокоить; умиротворять; униматься
- Quite the opposite to the calm peacefulness that had existed in Heymouth prior to the flood.
- Our best calm day using this method produced a basket of six fish weighing 7lb.
- She sits up in bed for a moment, doing some complicated breathing and flexing of the abdominal muscles, learned in yoga classes, to calm herself.
- "What is it, Peony?" she asked, with practised calm.
- "You shitbag," I then said, in a completely calm and level tone.
- Just before midnight she got up and swallowed two aspirins with some water which she hoped would calm her down.
- Yet, in the hidden away little resort of Portals Nous, there is an oasis of calm, tranquillity and romance, centred around the Hotel Portals.
- In a broader sense, people with a calm, positive and compassionate attitude to life are perhaps better equipped to help solve the many ecological, social and political problems facing the world today.
- I often wonder if the rolling activity at such times is happening well below the surface; so far below that there can be no visible signs of disturbance, even in calm water.
- He's a strong, calm, controlled man with a scar down his right cheek and a perpetual half-smile on his lips.
- None of these goings-on has done anything to calm the Polynesians.
- Reassured by his own calm reasoning, Mungo placed the evidence on the mantelpiece.
- Companies across the country will be subject to a uniform rate set by central government, although Mr Eggar is attempting to calm these fears by pointing out that a special case has been made for small firms.