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


There ain't no quieter place in Pennsylvany than Radville, Mr. Duncan.

I can't help you now, but as soon as Missy has got quieter, I shall come to you.

After smoking a pipe or two, he was quieter, and left me with a merry remark.

When her mind was quieter about Charley, somehow or other I might come near her again.

He was silent for a few minutes, and then he began again, in a quieter voice.

They talked loudly, advertising their presence above the quieter groups.

It's too late for you to think of that now; but he'll be quieter than that, I should think, when you're with him.

Fraternal to the last, he left her for the quieter company of Mrs. Munt.

Miss Fosdick was quieter, but she, too, appeared to be enjoying herself.

The Queen, subdued, quieter, went on tip-toe round the room.