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Adjective
Free from physical disturbance
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“Ali crouched as still as he could, sure that the pounding of his heart was like thunder in the still night air.”
Adjective
Free from noise
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mumUK
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“We walked through the deserted home, feeling somewhat perturbed by the still air that permeated throughout.”
Adjective
(of a body of water) Not having any waves
“There was a relaxing, and strangely hypnotic, quality to the still waters of the lake.”
Adjective
Not moving or making a sound
“Flanking the gates of the old cathedral were two still gargoyle statues.”
Adjective
Without a zephyr
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No longer alive
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Lacking energy, spirit, liveliness or vitality
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(of a sparkling drink) Not effervescent, or having lost its effervescence
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(especially of a price, rate, or time) Having been firmly established and typically not subject to change
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Lacking emotion, sympathy, or sensitivity
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Adjective
In an idle state due to not being used or employed
Adverb
In spite of what preceded
“He said he wasn't hungry but still ate a decent amount of food.”
Adverb
In a motionless manner
“We told little Johnny to sit still if he wanted a cookie as a reward later.”
Adverb
Up to a time, as in the preceding time
“The huge turbines were still standing, but everything around them was rubble.”
Adverb
In addition
Adverb
Without any movement
Adverb
Used to intensify a comparative adjective or adverb
Noun
Deep silence and calm
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“In the still of the wilderness, he could finally unwind and let go of his anxieties.”
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The state of being speechless
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A photograph
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A motionless state
Verb
To make or become calm
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“Arthur would still his trusty steed with a calm voice and several reassuring pats to its head.”
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To stop the noise of or make quiet
“The crowd would still when the speaker finally emerged.”
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To calm down
“The strong winds would still, allowing us to continue our trek.”
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To cause to stop
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“The negotiations will hopefully quiet the guns and still the fighting on the ground.”
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To delight, or to give pleasure or satisfaction to
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Conjunction
Despite the fact that
Preposition
Nevertheless
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