Sedate

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Emotional ControlPlay
Implies self-restraint and the ability to maintain composure in various situations. SlideDespite the chaos, her sedate response was remarkable.
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Not BoringPlay
'Sedate' suggests calmness without necessarily being dull or uninteresting. SlideThe sedate party still offered fascinating conversations.
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Formal SettingPlay
Often associated with formal or serious settings that require composed behavior. SlideThe dinner was sedate, befitting the ambassador’s visit.