|impossible to appease, inexorable; unappeasable, not placable, impossible to pacify||implacable|
|absence of noise, allay, calm or motionless, displaying calmness, done in private, free from trouble, make or become quiet, make silent, make noiseless; pacify, calm; be pacified, be calmed; be reticent, remain silent; become quiet, making little noise...||quiet|
|after a stated time, except, farther than, impossible for, past, further than, prep. further, more distant, the hereafter, what is out there, world to come, afterlife, world of the dead||beyond|
|appease, calm, pacify, soothe; cause to fall asleep; cause to feel a false sense of security; become quiet, subside, become calm, make somebody feel safe, period of calm, soothe or calm somebody, temporary interval of calm (often during a storm, noisy ...||lull|
|appease, satisfy; conciliate, reconcile; calm, pacify, comfort, make somebody less angry||placate|
|appeasing; conciliating, designed to appease||propitiatory|
|average, make or become less extreme, make temperate; reduce the intensity of, soften; appease, simplify; make less excessive; become temperate; become less severe; preside over a meeting or ceremony, mediate, act as moderator, middle-of-the-road, mild...||moderate|
|ban; prohibit; deny; prevent, make something impossible, not allow, order not to do something||forbid|
|basic, defining, necessary, needed, fundamental, impossible to live without, perfect, required in diet, something essential, without known cause||essential|
|become calm, have calming effect, make somebody calm, quiet, pacify, tranquillize||tranquilize|
|beyond imagination, impossible to imagine; inconceivable, incredible, improbable||unimaginable|
|beyond understanding, impossible to understand, inconceivable, cannot be grasped by the intellect; unintelligible, limitless||incomprehensible|
|blindness, state of being unable to see; invisibility, state of being impossible to see||sightlessness|
|bold, fearless, daring, impossible to frighten, unaccustomed to fear||dauntless|
|bring peace to, calm, soothe, calm; placate, appease; soften; bring to a state of peace||pacify|
|calm somebody down, pacify, quiet; comfort, appease, ease pain||soothe|
|calm, soften, pacify, relieve, pacify somebody, soften something, temper something||mollify|
|cannot be communicated, cannot be expressed, impossible to convey, not talkative||incommunicable|
|cannot be compared, dissimilar; matchless, unequalled, unparalleled, impossible to compare with something else, unequaled in quality||incomparable|
|cannot be confirmed, cannot be definitely ascertained or discovered by investigation; cannot be settled, undecidable, impossible to answer or settle, impossible to find out definitely||indeterminable|
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