noun (plural quietuses)
1 literary Death or something that causes death, regarded as a release from life.
- Then there are those who brim with passion not just for the state-approved quietus, but with fury for those who oppose it.
- Not the bloody quietus of Titus or Hamlet or Braveheart; it wasn't frank enough, nor so wrenching.
- His quietus is a great loss not only to the Tatas but also to the whole nation.
Words that rhyme with quietusacetous, boletus, Cetus, Epictetus, fetus, Miletus
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