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Enough of something to cast a considerable spell of quietude even today.

Those seeking quietude — like we were — should stay away from the main drag.

From our Protestant work ethic to our bootstraps mythology, we have enshrined work as the highest good — quietude is, if not a sin, an indulgence we do not quite deserve.

With no roads, no cars, and limited facilities, it is an ideal spot for a multi-day trip to revel in the quietude of an undeveloped park.

Am I getting enough quietude to think and read and get the work done?

The shriek of the railroad train does not disturb its quietude, the nearest station being several miles away.

They are happy in silence, order, and quietude, and no place suits them better than the study of a literary man.

Oh, restore to me my maiden quietude, in my nunnery of Subiaco—when the night was so calm in my cell.

Cattle and kine were taken furtively or openly to these very hills and vales where Jim Lough now lived in quietude and peace.

He will never be an ecclesiastical show-man, for his disposition is in the direction of general quietude and good neighbourship.

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On this page you'll find 58 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to quietude, such as: calmness, dispassion, doldrums, hush, impassivity, and lull.

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

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