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calmly

[ kahm-lee, kahlm- ]
/ ˈkɑm li, ˈkɑlm- /
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Definition of calmly

adverb
without excitement, agitation, or passion:He kept his cool throughout, calmly challenging his opponents on alleged facts he believed were wrong.
(of wind, waves, etc.) with relatively little force or movement; gently: The wind blew calmly as the three of us lay on the beach, lazily passing the time.
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Origin of calmly

OTHER WORDS FROM calmly

qua·si-calm·ly, adverbun·calm·ly, adverb
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