Definition of calmly in English:

calmly

adverb

  • Without agitation or strong emotion.

    ‘he spoke slowly and calmly’
    ‘people living in the area reacted calmly to the incident’
    • ‘His mother was shocked and dismayed, while his stepfather calmly told him to go to bed without eating.’
    • ‘He pulls her out of the car and asks her calmly not to look back.’
    • ‘They become grotesquely empowered by calmly taking pleasure in their rebellion.’
    • ‘She calmly leaned back in her seat and stared up at him, smiling evilly.’
    • ‘Many potentially explosive situations can be diffused if they are dealt with swiftly, calmly, and rationally.’
    • ‘I want to leave the stage gently and calmly, without weeping into my pillow.’
    • ‘He's still laughing but much more calmly.’
    • ‘Take time to calmly think through your options.’
    • ‘I kept working at the knot, but did so calmly and carefully.’
    • ‘I approached it calmly, not allowing any weakness to show, including the fact that I had been crying.’

Pronunciation

calmly

/ˈkɑːmli/