Definitions and Examples of calm, relaxed
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Not showing or feeling nervousness, anger, or other strong emotions; peaceful.
She took a deep breath and tried to remain calm during the job interview.
Free from tension and anxiety; at ease.
After a long day at work, he likes to sit on the couch and listen to music to feel relaxed.
Key Differences: calm vs relaxed
- 1Calm implies a state of tranquility and absence of agitation, while relaxed suggests a state of freedom from tension and anxiety.
- 2Calm can also refer to a person's behavior or demeanor, while relaxed is more commonly used to describe a person's physical or mental state.
Effective Usage of calm, relaxed
- 1Express Emotions: Use calm and relaxed to describe a peaceful state of mind or body.
- 2Describe Behavior: Use calm to describe someone's behavior or demeanor in a tense situation.
- 3Discuss Stress Management: Use relaxed to discuss techniques for reducing stress and anxiety.
The antonyms of feverish are calm and relaxed. While calm implies a state of tranquility and absence of agitation, relaxed suggests a state of freedom from tension and anxiety. Use these words to express emotions, describe behavior, and discuss stress management techniques.