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quiet

Synonyms of quiet in English:

adjective

  • 1 the whole pub went quiet
    mute, dumb, speechless
    [Antonyms] noisy
  • 2 a quiet voice
    soft, low, muted, muffled, faint, indistinct, inaudible, hushed, whispered, suppressed
    [Antonyms] loud
  • 3 a quiet village
    peaceful, sleepy, tranquil, calm, still, restful, undisturbed, untroubled;
    [Antonyms] busy, hectic
  • 4 can I have a quiet word?
    private, confidential, secret, discreet, unofficial, off the record, between ourselves
    [Antonyms] public
  • 5 quiet colors
    unobtrusive, restrained, muted, understated, subdued, subtle, low-key;
    [Antonyms] loud
  • 6 you can't keep it quiet for long
    informal hush-hush, mum
    formal sub rosa
    [Antonyms] public
  • 7 business is quiet
    slow, stagnant, slack, sluggish, inactive, idle
    [Antonyms] busy, active
  • noun

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