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- adj. tranquil; calm
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Tranquil; peaceful; calm.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Calm; tranquil; peaceful.
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If God closes a door, breath calmy, go to your room, grab some c-4, and blow it back open.
So the dream ticket is at least worth we Obamanauts calmy considering.
Obama then calmy says "did you really just say that?"
I calmy walked out of the elevator and into the bathroom, where I washed my hands clean, and attempted to clean out my purse filled with raw egg grossness.
He is not a child who, knowing the dictionary definition, would react calmy or unemotionally.
You gave none and merely relied on insults, never bothering to address any of the arguments calmy put to you.
Palin looks around and realizes that no one is going to do anything about it, so she calmy rises, takes off her her high heels, and steps off the side of the boat.
I would not have been able to sit where you did calmy, I can barely park next to cars with yes bumper stickers.
He informed Alex on March 14: I will ‘quietly and calmy await the march of events.’
I always tried not to show anger when I heard that and I calmy asked: "So what is it that makes a nurses' job so much less important than our job that she only deserves about half our pay?"