quietude[ kwahy-i-tood, -tyood ]SEE DEFINITION OF quietude
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR QUIETUDE
Before him was smiling country, streaming with sunshine, lazy with quietude.
He felt a vacancy in him, a need for the hush and quietude of the stream and the cave in the cliff.
From the night of the 8th to the morning of the 11th there was an interval of quietude.
She improved in the quietude and restfulness of that beloved place.
And this time, following the hush, it seemed to exercise the devil of quietude.
But there is no noisy clatter of the cars to break the quietude.
I could excuse myself from dinner and thus secure an hour's quietude.
When I get back to Boulge I shall recover my quietude which is now all in a ripple.
There was a quietude over it that seemed the peace of death.
Plaistow is on the road to nowhere and has not its equal for quietude in England.