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quiet

  

      adj  
1    characterized by an absence or near absence of noise  
a quiet street     
2    characterized by an absence of turbulent motion or disturbance; peaceful, calm, or tranquil  
a quiet glade, the sea is quiet tonight     
3    free from activities, distractions, worries, etc.; untroubled  
a quiet life, a quiet day at work     
4    marked by an absence of work, orders, etc.; not busy  
the factory is very quiet at the moment     
5    private; not public; secret  
a quiet word with someone     
6    free from anger, impatience, or other extreme emotion  
a quiet disposition     
7    free from pretentiousness or vain display; modest or reserved  
quiet humour     
8      (Astronomy)   (of the sun) exhibiting a very low number of sunspots, solar flares, and other surface phenomena; inactive  
   Compare       active       8  
      n  
9    the state of being silent, peaceful, or untroubled  
10    on the quiet   without other people knowing; secretly  
      vb  
11       a less common word for       quieten  
     (C14: from Latin quietus, past participle of quiescere to rest, from quies repose, rest)  
  quietness      n  
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quiet

  

      adj  
1    dumb, hushed, inaudible, low, low-pitched, noiseless, peaceful, silent, soft, soundless  
2    calm, contented, gentle, mild, motionless, pacific, peaceful, placid, restful, serene, smooth, tranquil, untroubled  
3    isolated, private, retired, secluded, secret, sequestered, undisturbed, unfrequented  
4    conservative, modest, plain, restrained, simple, sober, subdued, unassuming, unobtrusive, unpretentious  
5    collected, docile, even-tempered, gentle, imperturbable, meek, mild, phlegmatic, reserved, retiring, sedate, shy, unexcitable  
      n  
6    calmness, ease, peace, quietness, repose, rest, serenity, silence, stillness, tranquillity  
  
Antonyms     
,       adj  
1    deafening, ear-splitting, high-decibel, high-volume, loud, noisy, stentorian  
2    agitated, alert, excitable, exciting, frenetic, troubled, turbulent, violent  
3    bustling, busy, crowded, exciting, fashionable, lively, popular, vibrant  
4    blatant, brash, bright, conspicuous, glaring, loud, obtrusive, ostentatious, pretentious, showy  
5    excitable, excited, high-spirited, impatient, loquacious, passionate, restless, talkative, verbose, violent  
      n  
6    activity, bustle, commotion, din, disturbance, noise, racket  

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on the quiet, quit, quite, quieten

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