quiet

UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈkwaɪət/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈkwaɪɪt/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(kwīit)

Inflections of 'quiet' (adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."):
quieter
adj comparative
quietest
adj superlative

quiet
WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Adjective: not loud
Synonyms:
soft , low , gentle , dull , muffled, subdued , damped
Sense: Adjective: making no noise
Synonyms:
soundless, noiseless, on mute, muted, down , still , hushed
Sense: Adjective: calm
Synonyms:
calm , still , peaceful , tranquil, serene, restful, nice and quiet (informal)
Antonyms:
excited , irritated, agitated, nervy, troubled, worried , anxious , manic, on edge
Sense: Adjective: unpretentious
Synonyms:
unpretentious, understated, modest , low-key, sober , conservative , unostentatious, unobtrusive, subdued , muted
Antonyms:
pretentious, loud , obtrusive, ostentatious, flashy, flamboyant, showy, garish, gaudy, swank, bombastic
Sense: Adjective: secluded
Synonyms:
secluded , isolated , remote , sheltered, private , out-of-the-way, off the beaten track, cloistered, deserted
Sense: Noun: calm
Synonyms:
calm , calmness, peace , peacefulness, tranquillity, repose, serenity, sereneness, still , stillness, quietude, quietness
Antonyms:
unrest , unease, agitation, stress , distraction , disturbance , interference, upheaval, chaos
Sense: Noun: silence
Synonyms:
silence , hush , stillness, still , soundlessness, quietude , quietness
Antonyms:
noise , sound , ring , clamor, fuss , commotion, roar , laughter , loudness, shouting, din, racket (informal), hustle and bustle
Sense: Verb: silence
Synonyms:
silence , shush, hush , squelch, mute, still , calm , shut up (informal), quieten (UK)
Antonyms:
turn up, raise , release , sound , ring , blurt out, blare out, prompt , encourage , open , amplify, let loose, open a can of worms, spark a debate
Sense: Verb: calm
Synonyms:
calm , calm down, settle , settle down, still , soothe , pacify, placate, tranquilize, tranquillize (UK), tranquillise (UK), lull , quieten (UK)
Antonyms:
incite, arouse, excite , turn on, irritate, agitate, anger , stir up, wind up, provoke , aggravate, vex, goad, madden, pick a fight with, bring about
Sense: Verb: become silent
Synonyms:
become silent, fall silent, hush , pipe down (informal), shut up (informal), die down, quieten (UK)

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