What is a good word for the opposite of "trigger"

Discussion in 'I Have a Question...' started by Øyvind, Feb 21, 2011.

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  1. Øyvind

    Øyvind Senior Member

    Something that makes the day not good, but better. Takes some of the edge of it, I guess. I'm starting a blog (In Norwegian), and I wantas a category" _of the day" along with "trigger of the day". And yes, an English word, of course. I'm not expecting you to learn a new language for this. So, any good words? I thought of "Mellower", but it just sounded wrong.
  2. LDA

    LDA Well-Known Member


    Who doesn't smile at the sound of that name?
  3. Isabel

    Isabel Staff Alumni

  4. me myself and i

    me myself and i Account Closed

  5. total eclipse

    total eclipse SF Friend Staff Alumni

  6. Louis03

    Louis03 Well-Known Member

  7. total eclipse

    total eclipse SF Friend Staff Alumni

    oh that is a good word excellent
  8. WildCherry

    WildCherry Staff Member ADMIN

    I couldn't think of a word to add, but I think solace is a really good one!
  9. Flying Fox

    Flying Fox SF Supporter

    Chocolate for the soul? :smile:
  10. Øyvind

    Øyvind Senior Member

    I think I'll go for solace. Even thought "Dagens Solace" might sound a bit weird. Quantum of Solace, maybe? Thanks for the suggestions!
  11. Acy

    Acy Mama Bear - TLC, Common Sense Staff Member Safety & Support

    How about: benefit, blessing, windfall, comfort, good fortune, good luck, good cheer?
  12. Øyvind

    Øyvind Senior Member

    Went for Quantum of Solace. Here it is: http://www.pariah.blogg.no Good luck trying to understand it! I will so delete this post tomorrow. God, why am I doing this?
  13. foreverforgotten

    foreverforgotten Well-Known Member

    A comfort.
    A reward
    A pleasure
    A hug
    A chocolate bar
    A walk in the park XD
  14. Petal

    Petal SF dreamer Staff Member Safety & Support SF Supporter

    I agree solace is the best IMO :)
  15. Øyvind

    Øyvind Senior Member

    I actually changed it to Opptur. Don't know what the translation of that would be.
  16. Wink

    Wink Member

    I always liked "Carpe Diem" to help me take advantage of the day, but that is a saying, not a word.
  17. DeadGirl92

    DeadGirl92 Member

    I would say "distraction".
    To "trigger" means to make you negatively or however aware of something. It's a scientific word, saying for example that sometings "triggers" headaches, negative or positive thoughts, whatever.
    So a trigger focuses a person or situation on something or induces something.
    A "distraction" takes focus on something away.

    Of course, this isn't about something bright in the day, but there are a lot of other ideas here on this ;-).
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