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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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As Stille recounts, the star of the Ovazza family and that of the Italian nation rose together on a parallel course.
Stille, who spent the last 19 years of his career as a supervisory agent in charge of four different Border Patrol stations on both the Mexican and Canadian borders, says: "I attribute the morale problem to the open-border policy by the Bush administration.
Michael Chong and graduate student Kevin Kells from the University of Waterloo have reported conditions under which the Stille coupling occurs on an extremely interesting substrate.
When Stille traveled to Xi'an and witnessed the city's rapid construction, he seemed to find it impossible to avoid judging the city's residents from Iris Western perspective: "most Chinese, many of whom have known famine and extraordinary hardships in their own lifetimes, are surprisingly unsentimental about these changes" (p.
The abater in the Hot Springs case knew of regulations; he was taking some steps," Stille says.
With no time to fix the instrument for the midnight mass on Christmas Eve 1818, the priest, Father Joseph Mohr, asked friend Franz Gruber to compose music to accompany a poem he had written two years earlier, Stille Nacht Heilige Nacht, and it was arranged for choir and guitar.
It was a great pity Gisela Stille could not sing under doctor's orders but acted the Austrian noblewoman Mathilde while Camilla Roberts elegantly sang the role from the side.
The King received credentials of Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovena Darko Zelenika, Ambassador of Turkey Sedat Onal, Ambassador of Swiss Confederation Michael Winzap, Ambassador of Brazil Renate Stille, Ambassador of Nigeria Taofeek Oladejo Aropaja, Ambassador of the Philippines Olivia Valera Palala, Ambassador of Chad Mahamat Habib Doutoum, Ambassador of Azerbaijan Sabir Mammad Oglu Aghabayov.
She is the leading figure in the shadowy support group Stille Hilfe -Silent Help, that offers financial help to the remaining members of the Nazi regime.
In this substantial collection of essays, Alexander Stille is asking fundamental questions about our relationship to the past.
Entitled "Die Stille," it concludes most pointedly: "Man muste sie horen konnen.
So far as the written word goes, it has been left to the fine journalist, Alexander Stille, to cover, in a work of non-fiction, one of the great stories of the postwar years.
Every visited FAMILY FUNHi Malloth was put up in an OAP home with Stille Hilfe funds.