quietness

[ UK /kwˈa‍ɪ‍ətnəs/ ]
[ US /ˈkwaɪətnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. the property of making no sound
  2. a state of peace and quiet
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How To Use quietness In A Sentence

  • She is simply bartering goodies in return for comparative quietness.
  • Behind that quietness his nerves are jangling, he's in a terrible state.
  • ‘Thou still unravished bride of quietness,’ he quoted. Lady Chatterley's Lover
  • They create a blissful sense of quietness, pure melodic pop pleasure.
  • I remember periods of quietness broken by screams and chants, followed by the shaking of bodies and the amens.
  • The Bible has much to say about the merits of quietness.
  • All the items presented have the purpose of pointing out how, in fact, “rural realities are influencing urban life” and how little by little the stressful urban existance will make room for the peace and quietness of the countrey-side. Bathroom Fixtures from Toto, Oriental Charm at its Modern Best
  • In returning and rest you shall be saved; and in quietness and hope shall be your strength. Archive 2008-06-01
  • Uncertain how to interpret his quietness, she tried to figure out what to say.
  • In my memory there is a stillness, a quietness about her that I can still feel, that is almost visible, even in the distance of many years.
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