soundlessness


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Synonyms for soundlessness

the absence of sound or noise

Synonyms for soundlessness

the property of making no sound

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Our Antarctic show was pure light, with the soundlessness only intensifying what we were seeing.
Outside the window, it's snowing, and his granddaughter is laughing--a silent image before him--and the glow of the light bulb in the bathroom is pale gray, sputtering like his father's weld light and rod smoke rising to the ceiling, a sheer soundlessness sneaking out through the cracks as the smell of it fills his lungs like a sudden breath.
One of the big competitive advantages of electric vehicles is their soundlessness," said Stefan Bratzel, director of the Centre of Automotive Management at the University of Applied Sciences in Bergisch Gladbach, Germany.
The strange soundlessness of the hot season is, she thinks, something unique to this place.
As sometimes happens before sunrise, a light burst of wind rocks the tops of the trees, the garden sighs, precisely as if half asleep; then again, soundlessness.
Our words rise up out of our mouths like bubbles, like balloons, like rockets, and for a while they stay up there, orbiting around our bodies and hearts and minds, letting us catch now and then a briefly remembered flash, a faint echo of a signal, but eventually they grow dark and silent and are lost in the empty soundlessness of space.
In another piece, "Oh 'tis joy in summer days," the quiescent, visionary passage beyond the physical is again triggered by the mind's surrendering to soundlessness, solitude.