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adverb as in silently

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It essentially gives you a dashboard of buttons you can use to conveniently control functions on Windows, like muting the volume, grabbing a screenshot, launching an application, switching between video inputs, and pausing media playback.

Whatever the case, TV sets need a brand-new “hypocrisy-mute” button for Fox News commentators who express umbrage at the Capitol riot.

In Successful Aging he details the effects of aging on this too solid flesh, from cell function to motor actions to sleep patterns, and prescribes ways of living to mute the insults of growing old.

Group Zoom calls, in which half the team is on mute or have turned off their cameras, also make it challenging to pick up on body language.

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That can do a lot of good, but with cultural strife at 2020 levels, bickering will undoubtedly infect your feed no matter how many words you mute and people you unfollow.

In recent days it has been again devastated by the great world war, as its gaunt ruins mutely tell.

All this time Clifford was mutely wondering why the wealthy old ranchman should be so anxious to meet his father.

He leaned over and sought those unresponsive lips that, mutely cold, met his.

Presently a manservant entered and, bowing, indicated mutely that his master would see her now.

As Scott and Elderburg passed a group of the black gang, mutely dangling wrenches, there was a sudden stir.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mutely, such as: calmly, quietly, wordlessly, as still as a mouse, noiselessly, and soundlessly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.