Quiet ( adjective , verb , noun )

(As an adjective)

Quiet ( adjective )

  1. Making very little noise.
  2. Not showing or feeling nervousness, anger, or another strong emotion.

Origin:

Middle english from old french quiet, from latin quietus, from quiescere to be quiet.

Examples:

  1. The room was quiet and still.
  2. He was quiet and reserved.
  3. It was a quiet night.
  4. She was quiet and calm during the storm.
  5. He was always quiet, never one to raise his voice.

(As a verb)

Quiet ( verb )

  1. Making very little noise.
  2. Not showing or feeling nervousness, anger, or another strong emotion.

Origin:

Middle english from old french quiet, from latin quietus, from quiescere to be quiet.

Examples:

  1. The room was quiet and still.
  2. He was quiet and reserved.
  3. It was a quiet night.
  4. She was quiet and calm during the storm.
  5. He was always quiet, never one to raise his voice.

(As a noun)

Quiet ( noun )

  1. Making very little noise.
  2. Not showing or feeling nervousness, anger, or another strong emotion.

Origin:

Middle english from old french quiet, from latin quietus, from quiescere to be quiet.

Examples:

  1. The room was quiet and still.
  2. He was quiet and reserved.
  3. It was a quiet night.
  4. She was quiet and calm during the storm.
  5. He was always quiet, never one to raise his voice.
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