coolness

composure

kəmˈpəʊʒə

noun

the state or feeling of being calm and in control of oneself.

she was struggling to regain her composure

self-control,self-possession,self-command,calmness,equanimity,equilibrium,calm,coolness,collectedness,serenity,tranquillity,aplomb,poise,presence of mind,sangfroid,self-assurance,assurance,imperturbability,placidity,placidness,impassiveness,impassivity,dispassion,phlegm,stolidity,unexcitability,cool,unflappability,countenance,ataraxy,ataraxia

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chill

tʃɪl

noun

an unpleasant feeling of coldness in the atmosphere, one’s surroundings, or the body.

there was a chill in the air

coldness,chilliness,coolness,iciness,crispness,rawness,bitterness,nip,bite,sting,sharpness,keenness,harshness,wintriness,frigidity,nippiness,gelidity

verb

make (someone) cold.

they were chilled by a sudden wind

adjective

chilly.

the chill grey dawn

cold,chilly,cool,crisp,fresh,brisk,bleak,wintry,snowy,frosty,icy,ice-cold,icy-cold,glacial,polar,arctic,raw,sharp,bitter,bitterly cold,biting,piercing,penetrating,numbing,freezing,frigid,nippy,parky,Baltic,gelid,brumal

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ataraxy

/ˈædəˌræksi/

noun

A state of serene calmness.

The stated goal of Epicureanism is ataraxia, or tranquility of mind.

self-control,self-possession,self-command,calmness,equanimity,equilibrium,calm,coolness,collectedness,serenity,tranquillity

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ataraxia

/ˈatəraksi/

noun

A state of serene calmness.

The stated goal of Epicureanism is ataraxia, or tranquility of mind.

self-control,self-possession,self-command,calmness,equanimity,equilibrium,calm,coolness,collectedness,serenity,tranquillity

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apathy

/ˈæpəθi/

noun

Lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern.

widespread apathy among students

indifference,lack of interest,lack of enthusiasm,lack of concern,unconcern,uninterestedness,unresponsiveness,impassivity,passivity,passiveness,detachment,dispassion,dispassionateness,lack of involvement,phlegm,coolness

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Penumbra

[ pi-nuhm-bruh ]

noun

A partial shadow, as in an eclipse, between regions of complete shadow and complete illumination.
The diffuse outer part of a sunspot.

A partial lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes into the penumbra, or partial shadow.

noun

An area in which something exists to a lesser or uncertain degree.

noun

An outlying surrounding region; a periphery.

Well, consider the following penumbra of events that surround the current rumpus.

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