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Definition of "calming" []

  • Present participle of calm. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "calming" in a sentence
  • ""He is what we call the calming factor on both offense and defense," Cleveland said."
  • "The struggling American, riding what he called the calming influence of the world's best player, made two clutch putts late to continue a U.S. rout of the Internationals on what might have been a decisive first day of the Presidents Cup."
  • "Driving on Scott Blvd, with no traffic calming, is noticeably faster than driving on major arterial roads."