quiet


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Synonyms for quiet

Synonyms for quiet

marked by, done with, or making no sound or noise

not irritating, strident, or loud

to cause to become silent

to make or become calm

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a period of calm weather

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an untroubled state

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a disposition free from stress or emotion

characterized by an absence or near absence of agitation or activity

free of noise or uproar

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not showy or obtrusive

in a softened tone

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(of a body of water) free from disturbance by heavy waves

of the sun characterized by a low level of surface phenomena like sunspots e

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with little or no activity or no agitation ('quiet' is a nonstandard variant for 'quietly')

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References in classic literature ?
She only shook her head; through her tears I saw the same sad quiet smile.
Then a sweet, soft voice, called out from far, "Come hither, poor worm, to me; The sun lies warm in this quiet spot, And I'11 share my home with thee.
It was at one of the first of these quiet times that I told Caddy about Bleak House.
A change of air - perfect quiet - say a cottage in the country - not too near the sea.
But of the two evils his quick mind chose the lesser ere the first note of Sabor's scream had scarce broken the quiet of the jungle, and before the great beast had covered half her leap Tarzan felt the chill waters close above his head.
Ward describes so sympathetically, with fitting dignity and truth of style, has accompanied the author throughout; no less plain, perhaps more pleasing to some readers, is the quiet humour which never fails her, and tests, while it relieves, the sincerity of her more serious thinking:--
Miss Grey,' said she, one evening, a month before the all-important day, as I was perusing a long and extremely interesting letter of my sister's--which I had just glanced at in the morning to see that it contained no very bad news, and kept till now, unable before to find a quiet moment for reading it,--'Miss Grey, do put away that dull, stupid letter, and listen to me
Then the voice of an old man came out of the quiet of the village street.
They were a quiet party, neither asking nor giving confidences, and they herded by themselves.
In his own sad and quiet way he continued to lead his own sad and quiet life.
Pete, in a white jacket, was behind the bar bending expectantly toward a quiet stranger.
The vanquished Cock skulked away and hid himself in a quiet corner, while the conqueror, flying up to a high wall, flapped his wings and crowed exultingly with all his might.
The bushes were now quiet and the sounds had ceased, but Morgan was as attentive to the place as before.
The quiet time passed, in the by-street in which we lived.
yet a safe, quiet one; above most others, or any others I have witnessed, a wholesome one.