settled

adj.
VERBS
be, feel, seem
get
ADVERB
fairly, very, etc.

She seems fairly settled in her new job already.

comfortably, happily (esp. BrE)

He is happily settled with his wife and their two children.

Settled is used with these nouns: ↑weather

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  • settled — UK [ˈset(ə)ld] / US adjective 1) [never before noun] no longer worried or nervous because you are in a more familiar or permanent situation I need to feel more settled before making that decision. 2) if something is settled, people have made a… …   English dictionary

  • settled — adjective 1 unlikely to change; fixed: They lead a settled life. | The community has firm and settled ideas on this question. 2 feel/be settled to feel comfortable about living or working in a particular place: I d work better if I felt more… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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