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See definition of muteness on Dictionary.com
  • as insilence
  • as indumbness
  • as innoiselessness
  • as inquietness
  • as insoundlessness
  • as inspeechlessness

synonyms for muteness

  • blackout
  • calm
  • lull
  • peace
  • quiet
  • reticence
  • secrecy
  • stillness
  • censorship
  • death
  • dumbness
  • hush
  • laconism
  • noiselessness
  • quiescence
  • quietness
  • quietude
  • quietus
  • reserve
  • sleep
  • speechlessness
  • still
  • sulk
  • sullenness
  • taciturnity
  • uncommunicativeness
  • dead air
  • hush-hush
  • inarticulateness
  • iron curtain
  • saturninity
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antonyms for muteness

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  • agitation
  • clamor
  • communication
  • noise
  • talk
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    How to use muteness in a sentence

    That means, if you don’t have captions on your video, it’ll be skipped by anyone watching with the mute button on, which could be a sizable chunk of your target audience.
    TOP SIX REASONS YOU SHOULD CAPTION YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA VIDEO CONTENTMOLLY YURICKNOVEMBER 19, 2020SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
    “Mute me like you’ve muted the city of Detroit, go ahead and push the button,” he said.
    FOR THREE HOURS, AN OBSCURE COUNTY BOARD IN MICHIGAN WAS AT THE CENTER OF U.S. POLITICSKAYLA RUBLE, TOM HAMBURGER, DAVID FAHRENTHOLDNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    If you want it to, the watch can display your phone’s notifications to its screen, but it’s easy to mute that by pushing and holding the top right button.
    THIS NEW WORKOUT WATCH CAN TELL WHEN YOU SWITCH ACTIVITIESROB VERGERNOVEMBER 17, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
    Magashule, the man who usually communicates such decisions, was muted, quite literally, during the Zoom-hosted press conference in which Ramaphosa reported multiple changes to the party’s policy on corruption.
    THE CORRUPTION BATTLE SHAPING SOUTH AFRICA’S FUTURECHARU KASTURINOVEMBER 9, 2020OZY
    The quality is often grainy, the audio is on mute, and the streams are, frankly, quite boring to watch.
    VOTE COUNT LIVESTREAMS ARE HERE TO STAYTANYA BASUNOVEMBER 4, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
    Microsoft reported strong sales growth during its most recent quarter, but a weaker-than-expected guidance for the current quarter muted investor enthusiasm.
    MICROSOFT’S CLOUD COULD BE A BIT FOGGY FOR THE NEXT QUARTERJONATHANVANIAN2015OCTOBER 28, 2020FORTUNE
    Stock gains have been muted for much of the past two weeks as investors brace for the likeliness there won’t be a stimulus deal before Election Day.
    DEBATE NIGHT WAS A TAMER AFFAIR, AS ARE STOCK MARKETS TODAYBERNHARD WARNEROCTOBER 23, 2020FORTUNE
    The rules have changed, as Kaleigh and Nathaniel were mentioning earlier, and now the moderator can mute the candidates if they speak out of turn.
    IS TONIGHT’S PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE TOO LATE TO SHAKE UP THE RACE?SARAH FROSTENSON (SARAH.FROSTENSON@ABC.COM)OCTOBER 22, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
    During a remote Council meeting, she forgot to mute her mic, so we all heard her half of a personal phone call.
    POLITICS REPORT: ON INDEPENDENT EXPENDITURESSCOTT LEWIS AND ANDREW KEATTSOCTOBER 17, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
    Around them on every side crept the mist in whose silver muteness they landed to gather white mushrooms.
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    WORDS RELATED TO MUTENESS

    • muteness
    • soundlessness
    • speechlessness
    • voicelessness
    • wordlessness
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