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Calm and relaxed - thesaurus

Synonyms

calm

adjective

used about the way someone talks or behaves

relaxed

adjective

calm and not worried

cool

adjective

calm and relaxed

composed

adjective

calm and relaxed

nonchalant

adjective

relaxed and not worried about anything

laid-back

adjective

informal calm and relaxed

at ease

confident and relaxed

easygoing

adjective

relaxed, calm, and not getting easily upset about things

at one with

happy and relaxed in your environment

chilled

adjective

informal very relaxed

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as cool as a cucumber

very calm and relaxed, especially in a difficult situation

at peace

if you are at peace, you do not feel angry, unhappy, etc.

calm

adjective

not affected by strong emotions such as excitement, anger, shock, or fear

careless

adjective

natural and relaxed

casual

adjective

relaxed and informal

casual

adjective

seeming relaxed and not worried about anything

comfortable

adjective

if you are comfortable with something, you accept it or like it

coolly

adverb

calmly, without getting excited or angry

docile

adjective

well-behaved, quiet, and easy to control

downbeat

adjective

calm and relaxed

easily

adverb

in a confident and relaxed way

easy

adjective

an easy way of behaving shows that you are happy, confident, and not worried about anything

equable

adjective

formal calm, reasonable, and not easily made angry or upset

even

adjective

calm and controlled

free and easy

relaxed and pleasant

happy

adjective

satisfied that something is good or right, and therefore not worried about it

happy-go-lucky

adjective

a happy-go-lucky person tends not to worry about the future

informal

adjective

informal talks or meetings are relaxed, do not involve many people, and do not need to produce an official result

informal

adjective

relaxed and friendly

leisured

adjective

leisurely

leisurely

adjective

slow and relaxed

level

adjective

steady and calm

mellow

adjective

relaxed and satisfied, for example because of having drunk alcohol

mollified

adjective

formal feeling less angry or upset

peaceful

adjective

calm and quiet

phlegmatic

adjective

able to be calm in a dangerous or frightening situation

placid

adjective

rarely showing or experiencing excitement or anger

relieved

adjective

happy and relaxed because something bad has not happened or because a bad situation has ended

rock-steady

adjective

very calm

secure/safe in the knowledge that

not worried because you are sure that nothing bad will happen

serene

adjective

calm, or peaceful

settled

adjective

no longer worried or nervous because you are in a more familiar or permanent situation

solid as a rock

very reliable or calm

undismayed

adjective

mainly literary not worried by something bad that has happened

unfazed

adjective

not worried or upset by something bad that happens

unperturbed

adjective

not worried or upset by something that has happened

unruffled

adjective

not nervous or upset in a difficult situation

untroubled

adjective

not upset, worried, or interrupted by something

unworried

adjective

not worried

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