Definitions for calming

This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word calming

Princeton's WordNet

  1. appeasement, calming(noun)

    the act of appeasing (as by acceding to the demands of)

Webster Dictionary

  1. Calming

    of Calm

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Raymond Casciari:

    It will have an immediate calming and cooling effect.

  2. Youssef Zohny:

    The markets were expecting calming words from the Fed.

  3. Raymond Casciari:

    The saliva you secrete when chewing gum really has a calming effect on acid reflux.

  4. The Refined Poet:

    In the midst of the storm, your life boat appears. A psalm, a hymn, a word... calming the fiercest winds of the soul.

  5. Simon Quijano-Evans:

    Everybody is basically happy to get the year behind them, a very positive development is the calming of the rouble and the central bank seems to be on top of things again. However, this is not done and dusted and we could see a challenging January.

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