quiesce

VERB
  1. become quiet or quieter
    The audience fell silent when the speaker entered
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How To Use quiesce In A Sentence

  • Repairing this damage would require at least a decade of relative quiescence, which is nowhere in sight. Michael T. Klare: The Blowback Effect: 2020
  • It was too much of an effort to play the acquiescent wife: her heart would burst. THE HELLBOUND HEART
  • England, and she kept Susan Talbot and her children in what she called their meet place, in which that good lady thoroughly acquiesced, having her hands much too full of household affairs to run after queens. Unknown to History: a story of the captivity of Mary of Scotland
  • When turnout in an election for the state government in 2008 reached an unprecedented 60%, many Indians misread this as belated Kashmiri acquiescence in Indian rule.
  • However, to understand is not to acquiesce in or accept these developments.
  • Consequently, Chalk should not be perceived as merely a thick pelagic ooze deposited in a tectonically quiescent period.
  • She is too acquiescent , ie too ready to comply.
  • Further, it may be believed that saleswomen will not forever acquiesce in pursuing their trade in utterly machinal activity, without any common expression of their common position. Making Both Ends Meet The income and outlay of New York working girls
  • It's times like this that I feel hungry and nauseated at the same time. * sigh* I think I will attempt to quiesce my brain and get some sleep. before | | this hemopoetic Diary Entry
  • Pipelines begins terminating the pipeline by instructing all active stages to quiesce. Softpedia - Windows - All
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