What is another word for quiet?

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Adjective
Making little or no sound
“She moved to a quiet corner of the library to study.”
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Low in audible volume
“He was a shy kid who spoke in a quiet voice.”
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(of a place, period of time, or situation) Without disturbance, activity or excitement
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“It's a quiet village where locals while away their days with a warm cup of tea while breathing in the fresh open air.”
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Having a calm character or demeanor
“The news is unlikely to faze Terry, a quiet man who takes everything in his stride.”
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Isolated or sequestered
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“If you follow the path through the trees and down the hill, you will arrive at a quiet little cove between the hills.”
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Carried out discreetly
“I will need to have a quiet word with you about your poor exam results.”
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(of a person) Reserved in nature, keeping to oneself
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“Our neighbor is a quiet man who keeps to himself for the most part.”
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Not showy or lively
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“The French composer Charles Gounod's bicentenary has been a quiet affair so far.”
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(of color) Not glaring or vibrant
“Start with soft, quiet colors as a foundation on walls and furniture.”
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Secretive in nature
“How long can we keep this disaster quiet before it becomes public?”
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Lacking in activity or progress
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“Business is usually quiet on Christmas Day as most people are spending time at home with their families.”
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Incapable of speaking
“Chelsea lost her voice from screaming hysterically at the One Direction concert last night and will now be quiet for a few days.”
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Denotes a humble and unpretentious attitude towards life
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In a state of comfort and relaxation
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Not objectionable or harmful
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Easily anxious or frightened
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Causing or inducing sleep, normally with harmful overtones
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Having a considerate or kindly disposition
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Having the ability to accept or tolerate delays, problems, or suffering
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Existing but not yet developed or manifest
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Boring and rather dull in nature
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Of, supporting, or pertaining to traditionalism
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Silent
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Abstaining from extramarital, or from all, sexual intercourse
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Showing little or no feeling
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Ready to accept instruction or direction, obedient, subservient
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Not physically able to be moved
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Of a serious or important nature or consequence
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Showing good aesthetic judgement or appropriate behaviour
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In a state of inactivity or repose, either physical or mental
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An absence from disturbance
“Sandra loved the quiet of the secluded lakeside where she could reflect on life.”
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An absence of sound
“The party had finally ended and the quiet of the night resumed.”
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A state of being isolated or secluded
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“He went camping far away in the hills where the quiet would reinvigorate his mind and spirit.”
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Freedom from worries or problems
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The quality of being moderate
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Shy or bashful in nature
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To become calm or well-behaved
“The students were noticeably excited about their upcoming school excursion but would quiet soon after.”
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To cause someone to become calm
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“The mother would quiet her toddler by promising him a cookie if he behaved himself.”
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To keep quiet
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To restrain or to keep in check
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To diminish to nothing