What is the opposite of upset?

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Adjective
Opposite of feeling angry, distressed or unhappy
“The groom was feeling surprisingly calm when it was his turn to deliver his speech.”
Adjective
Opposite of physically ill or distressed
“I started to feel healthy again following my recovery from a cold.”
Adjective
Opposite of in a state of disarray
“Sally has the cleanest and most organized room in the house.”
Adjective
Opposite of upset and angry
Adjective
Opposite of feeling angry or annoyed
Adjective
Opposite of characterized by negative feelings or emotions
“For the first time in many months, he felt cheerful and positive.”
Adjective
Opposite of suffering from mental confusion
Verb
Opposite of to disturb mentally or emotionally
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“Chloe had to calm herself before she went on stage to perform in front of the judges.”
Verb
Opposite of to undo the proper order or arrangement of
“She managed to arrange her clothes in order of type, size and color.”
Verb
Opposite of to defeat in unexpected circumstances
“As expected, the worst team in the competition would lose to the top team convincingly.”
Verb
Opposite of to cause disorder in
“We advise everyone to maintain a healthy work-life balance.”
Verb
Opposite of to make (someone) feel annoyed, frustrated, or worried, especially with trivial matters
Verb
Opposite of to let someone down, especially with regards to an obligation or duty
“I am always amazed at Austin and his ability to satisfy his KPIs regardless of the challenges before him.”
Verb
(of a boat) Opposite of to be overturned in the water
Verb
Opposite of to cause significant damage or destruction to
“Newcastle is open for business with developers wanting to build skyscrapers in the city.”
Verb
Opposite of to influence, usually emotionally
“You almost have to desensitize yourself to the madness just to stay sane.”
Verb
Opposite of to destroy or disrupt by means of sabotage
“Dad would often aid my development in tennis by taking me to extra practice sessions.”
Verb
Opposite of to make (something) the opposite of what it was
Verb
(usually of a disease or condition) Opposite of to affect adversely
“Eating a healthy and balanced meal will help to protect against all forms of malnutrition.”
Noun
Opposite of the state of being unhappy, disappointed, or anxious
“She could not contain her joy as she was crowned the winner of the beauty pageant.”
Noun
Opposite of an unexpected result or situation, typically a win in a sporting match
“The home team put up little fight as the match became a complete walkover for the visiting team.”
Noun
(count noun) Opposite of a feeling of worry or anxiety
“Despite the results not falling her way, there was a sense of carefreeness about her, and she was convinced that everything would still be ok.”
Noun
(pathology) Opposite of an abnormal condition of a human, animal or plant that causes discomfort or dysfunction
Noun
Opposite of emotional shock following a stressful event or a physical injury, which may lead to long-term neurosis
Noun
Opposite of disturbance or problems which interrupt an event, activity, or process
Noun
Opposite of an obstacle, delay, or disadvantage
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