Results for quiet

Definitions of quiet:

part of speech: noun

Quietness, quieter.

part of speech: adjective

Calm; still; free from motion, disturbance, or alarm; without noise or resistance; unruffled; smooth; not noisy or restless.

part of speech: noun

Repose; stillness; freedom from disturbance or alarm; peace; security.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To become still or calm.

part of speech: verb

To still; to calm; to pacify; to allay or suppress.

part of speech: noun

Freedom from motion, noise, or disturbance; rest; stillness; calm.

part of speech: noun

The state of being at rest: repose: calm: stillness: peace.

part of speech: adjective

Free from motion, disturbance, or noise; as, a quiet river; quiet life; quiet children; still; calm; as, a quiet night; peaceable; gentle; as, a quiet disposition; secluded; as, a quiet woods; subdued and modest; as, quiet manners; not showy; as, quiet colors.

part of speech: adjective

At rest: calm: smooth: peaceable: gentle, inoffensive.

part of speech: adverb

Quietly.

part of speech: verb transitive

To calm or make peaceful; bring to a state of rest.

part of speech: verb transitive

To bring to rest: to stop motion: to calm or pacify: to lull: to allay.

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