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Synonyms for still

Synonyms for still

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

marked by an absence of circulating air

to a more extreme degree


in spite of a preceding event or consideration

to cause to become silent

to make or become calm

Synonyms for still

a static photograph (especially one taken from a movie and used for advertising purposes)

(poetic) tranquil silence

an apparatus used for the distillation of liquids

a plant and works where alcoholic drinks are made by distillation

lessen the intensity of or calm

make motionless

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not in physical motion

marked by absence of sound

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

used of pictures


not sparkling

free from noticeable current

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with reference to action or condition

despite anything to the contrary (usually following a concession)

to a greater degree or extent


without moving or making a sound


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With steam, once it's turned down or off, the stills are very quick to shut down or respond to the temperature change.
But Still hit his stride as early as 1944, when the jagged vertical streaks he called "lifelines" tore through and lit up his dragged fields of color-matter.
Changing faces: Graham, above left, with David Crosby and Stephen Stills in 1970.
Jim Wayne Miller, three of whose essays appear in this volume, was a personal friend of Still and traveled abroad with him on more than one occasion; he was thus in a unique position to provide biographical insights of the sort that make "Jim Dandy: James Still at Eighty" such delightful reading.
Ethanol can be produced through a home-based distilling process utilizing ethanol stills that enable the annual production of 10,000 gallons of ethanol for home-based stills and 10 million gallons for larger commercial-based stills.
The next week, we ran out to shoot stills with me posing beside a Secret Window poster wearing a toque, hoping to be recognized.
William Still (1821-1902) was the self-taught son of ex-slaves.
Excerpted from the writings of Levi Coffin, a Quaker activist living in Newport, Indiana, and of William Still, a free black who headed the Vigilance Committee in antebellum Philadelphia, this book is valuable not only for its contents but also for its introduction and its bibliographical notes.
An artist of Old Testament passions, far more alien to the current mindset than his contemporaries among the Abstract Expressionists, Clyfford Still seems an impossibly remote figure.
William Grant Still (1895-1978) opened new vistas for African Americans during the first half of the twentieth century, becoming the first black composer to fuse the blues and jazz successfully in symphonies anti extended orchestral forms.
Photo editors grabbed a still and tooled it best they could, but the portrait of Clinton in newspapers the next day was not a high-quality photograph.
While the principle has been known for centuries, the first recorded large-scale solar still was used in Chile in the late 19th century.
Still parts include a boiler, electric immersion heaters, a pyrogen-reducing baffle, a condenser, and a constant level device.
The significance of American composer William Grant Still (1895-1978) has been gained and reaffirmed through decades of performances by musicians of the first rank and by the receptivity of audiences throughout the world.
Among the trappings of old movie romance, you can find some unusual gifts: from a $1 still of Luke Skywalker to a $200 original half-sheet (22- by 28-inch poster) from The Wizard of Oz.