subdued

[ suh b-dood, -dyood ]SEE DEFINITION OF subdued
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As these occurred, a rustling and a murmur expressed the subdued applause.

And just from this came the subdued character of his demeanour!

His voice echoed the subdued excitement of the room—excitement and new hope.

But Stineli was too much excited to be subdued by any thing.

But it was much that the subdued English folk appeared there at all.

Love, that might have ruined, being once subdued, preserved her from all after danger.

I was resolved that I would not be subdued, and that the world should not hear me groan.

It looked upon her, that face; it invited, it encouraged, while it thrilled and subdued.

All was subdued and quiet, and Lucie was more at ease than she had been.

"I ask your pardon," said the Doctor, in a subdued tone, after some moments.

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