What is another word for sedately?
[ sɪdˈe͡ɪtli], [ sɪdˈeɪtli], [ s_ɪ_d_ˈeɪ_t_l_i]
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Synonyms for Sedately:
adj.• Other relevant words: (adjective)
adv• Other relevant words: (adverb)
adv.• all (adverb)
- straighten out,
- for real,
- simmer down,
- in all conscience,
- with sobriety,
- in earnest,
- in all seriousness,
- with a straight face,
- with forethought,
- cut the comedy,
- cool it,
- all joking aside,
n.• Other relevant words: (noun)
Other synonyms:• Other relevant words (noun):
How to use "Sedately" in context?
By definition, "sedately" means moving or behaving in a calm and collected manner. This definition can be applied to people, animals, and inanimate objects. For example, a person may sedately walk down the street. A cat may sedately sit in front of a warm fire. A tree may sedately sway in the wind. Sedately can also be used as a adjective to describe something that is calm and orderly. For example, the sedately flowing river is a beautiful sight.
Homophones for Sedately:
- skittle, still, societal, stael, steele, shot hole, statute law, settle, sidewall, staddle, saddle, stale, stall, St. Leo I, stile, steely, stilwell, schedule, statute title, sadly, skedaddle, sightly, stool, sitwell, steel, staidly, steel wool, suicidal, skittle alley, scuttle, study hall, sea dahlia, stilly, steal away, style, stele, stella, sweetly, sidle, shuttle, stoolie, steadily, sagittal, seattle, steal, sedalia, stela, swaddle, seidel, stately, sweet wattle, sweet oil, systole, stole, saxatile.
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