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Calmness

calm

noun

a state in which you are not affected by strong emotions such as excitement, anger, shock, or fear

ease

noun

behaviour that is relaxed and natural

equilibrium

noun

a calm mental state in which you are in control of your feelings

composure

noun

the feeling of being calm, confident, and relaxed

serenity

noun

a feeling of being calm or peaceful

cool head

noun

the ability to stay calm and behave in a reasonable way in difficult situations

peace

noun

a state when you are calm and have no worries

equanimity

noun

a calm mental state when you deal with a difficult situation

control

noun

the ability to remain calm even when you are feeling upset or angry

comfort

noun

a feeling of being less sad or worried about something than you were previously

dark pool

a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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