Definition for Quiet (-er)

quiet (-er), adj. [OFr quiete or L. quiētus < quiēscěre, come to rest.] (webplay: child, clamors, contented, coolness, death, God, lie, life, patiently, possession, sit, spirit, state, town).

  1. Motionless; still; unmoving; [fig.] lifeless; deceased; dead.
  2. Soundless; silent; noiseless; mute; speechless.
  3. Calm; serene; peaceful; tranquil; placid; undisturbed; unruffled; [fig.] dignified; unpretentious.
  4. Ordinary; usual; small; insignificant; unimportant; innocuous; harmless; benign.

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