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adjective as in simple, unobtrusive

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Getting my work done required isolating myself in the quietest corner of the library.

Anyone who has been in emergency rooms knows Christmas is just about always the quietest day of the year.

Howard Kurtz on why the quietest campaign may be just the ticket for the plain-vanilla front-runner.

They're the nation's quietest killers, known as SEALs because of their delicate work by Sea, Air or Land.

Their secret killing of Osama bin Laden is another triumph for the nation's quietest killers, writes Tony Dokoupil.

During the night we never steamed, the Amasis lying up while we enjoyed quiet rest in the quietest of lands.

Even in her quietest moments there was that about her—a sort of repressed eagerness, a look of seeing things far away.

It suffered much, like its neighbours, from wars and revolutions, and is now one of the quietest of the Flemish towns.

When in masses they are the quietest and most tractable workmen it is possible to have to deal with.

Philosophizing thus, he presently sent the Green Imp at her quietest pace in at the home driveway.


On this page you'll find 131 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to quietest, such as: reticent, soft, silent, peaceful, reserved, and mute.

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