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- adv. In a quiet manner, without any noise.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a noiseless manner; without noise; silently.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without a sound
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Subconsciously he called noiselessly upon the God that had sustained him and, divided between apprehension and the increasing lust to kill, his lips held the form in which they had pronounced that impressive name.
Both skiffs came over noiselessly from the Reindeer.
It turned easily; the door opened – opened, and closed again noiselessly behind her, and what do you think she saw?
She stole in noiselessly, so that he did not hear her, and she thought the room empty; till in passing slowly down toward the fire she came upon him in the window.
His lips made the word noiselessly, again and again, fascinated with the sensation.
It was not what I had expected; nor was Mme. Ricard, who came in noiselessly and stood before us while I was considering the wonderful moustache of the music teacher.
He could open his door noiselessly, which is an indispensable piece of knowledge for any one who may wish to listen with advantage.
Sometimes you see me and yet you glide noiselessly away.
I slip into my bed, noiselessly, and curl into a ball under my pile of blankets.
As the night gets deeper, they start clinging to me and I imagine ropes slipping noiselessly from under my mattress and binding me.