from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. comparative form of quiet: more quiet
- n. One who quiets.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, quiets.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which quiets.
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Their music melds together a scuzzy, squally blend of rebellious gospel/folk that at times possesses the radiant buoyancy of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, and in quieter moments the seeping warmth of M Ward or intelligent, lovely meanderings of Elvis Perkins.
Telemann will be honored with bold ensemble interpretations and in quieter solos from Kigawa and violinist Lynn Bechtold.
Many others will support him in quieter ways, by failing to support the Republican nominee and encouraging other Republicans to do likewise.
The women of the League continued to lobby the Greek government for women's right to vote, albeit in quieter tones, and retained their links with international networks, keeping abreast of developments in human rights legislation.
The likelihood the streets will remain quieter for a long, long time took a big leap forward yesterday with the indictments of 20 arrested in the April sweep.
Arab robes flying and blue eyes rimmed with kohl, she raced camels and horses, went falconing, and even accompanied her lord and master into battle; in quieter moments she served him at meals and washed his feet.
Lady Jane Fellows, Princess Diana's sister Lady Jane Fellows is an older sister of the late Princess Diana and is known as the quieter and more reserved member of her family.
Windows 7 is also meant to be "quieter" - with fewer pop-up boxes, notifications, warnings and "are you sure ..." messages.
Windows 7 is also meant to be "quieter" -- with fewer pop-up boxes, notifications, warnings and "are you sure ..." messages.
But now they have to knuckle under to the U.S. in quieter ways, so that the people in their countries don’t notice as much.