Definitions for calmer
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A person or thing that calms.
Christ was the calmer of a storm on the Sea of Galilee.
Origin: From calm.
one who, or that which, makes calm
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It is good that we have returned to calmer waters and that we have clarity about our future direction, we cannot and must not stand still.
Carson's a lot calmer. He's mellow, I feel like he knows what he's talking about -- whereas Trump is a loose cannon. He gets himself in trouble.
That way, even when you’re just a little annoyed with your child, if you’re doing that on a regular basis you’ll find that you’re much calmer when you do start to yell and get upset.
That's why I came up here to try and do - get one of those spots at the( British) Open at St Andrews next year so it's great, I'm excited. I played there in 2005, the first major I ever played, and was jumping out of my skin on the first tee. But hopefully I will be a bit calmer next year.
If you watch teens take tests or you watch them play video games, if you watch carefully, you will also see them stop breathing, teaching kids to be calmer in their body by breathing, by learning how to keep themselves grounded, simple techniques of meditation ... things that we know work in terms of stress reduction, we should be teaching that stuff in school and parents should be doing it.
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- mai calmRomanian
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